Helping Children Develop

We're here to improve education of disadvantaged young people in the Philippines.

Past Events



Ladies and Gentleman,

Boys and Girls,

We are thrilled to advertise our next event:


Do you believe in Magic?

At SIKAT we do! And we quite enjoy spreading the 'fairy dust' around.

Come and join us on Saturday, 29 September from 6:00pm for a lively evening full of entertainment, fun and of course lots of MAGIC for the all family!

Either helping children in the Philippines access a decent education or making improvements to their local community, the purprose of our work is a kind of magic to those who receive this significant help.

So when the Trustees started planning the next fundraising event the choice was easy!


Tickets include Dinner & Dance afterwards:

Adults £15.00

Children under 13 £7.50 /under 5 free 


The Holly Redeemer Church Hall,

No.20 Brixton Road, Oval

London SW9 6BU

100% of the amount raised will be spent on improving children and young adult's education in a poor farming community of the Philippines!

Fundraising Cycle Ride


Wednesday, 4th of April 2012

Our Dear Paul Harrison will soon take the road and brave the elements to raise funds for our charity. And what a scenic route he has planned!

Anticlockwise by way of

West London.

Part of the Thames Path.

The Wandle Valley.


The Pool and Ravensbourn Valleys.

Isle of Dogs


The East End.

We are very excited about this, and also very grateful to Paul for another daring and challenging effort to generate income for Sikat.


Please support Paul and Sikat by making a donation. Simply click on the PayPal button or find our bank details provided below:

Bank: Lloyds TSB

Sort Code: 30-94-57

Account No.: 01982385

Please make cheques payable to Sikat and send it to the attention of Mrs Linda Manlises, Chairwoman at 201A New North Road, London N1 7AT.



The Treasure Hunt last April was great fun! Thanks to our dearest Trustee Paul Harrison's effort we were able to generate £200 towards SIKAT's work and we even scored with the 'paparazzi'!

Have a look at our press coverage in the Filipino  community newspaper shortly after:





A spring motor ride into Kent to Hunt for Treasure!

Saturday 10th April 2010 10.30am

This is not a race, and the rules will disqualify any racing or fast completion times.

No special equipment is required, although a Road Atlas may be useful. Maps of the area will be provided.

Please check the terms of your Motor insurance as the organisers will not be liable for any accident/loss or damage to vehicles/persons or property, which may occur whilst taking part, however caused.

The aim is to collect (by map reading and driving), information from 13 points along the 55 mile (approx.) route. We plan for an event that may introduce you to some unknown areas of Kent, and to enjoy the North Downs and Greensand country side. While planning this route, we met some interesting local people, maybe you will also. 

The start of the route will be in the car park for the cinema/BQ and the 'green' Sainsbury shop off Bugsby Way and Peartree Way (Horn Lane) SE 10. Please park your car at the far side of this area, backing on to the Tunnel Approach (A102). The route will finish at The White Horse Inn at Bearsted, which is situated 100 years from Bearsted railway station.

The planning group took 4½. Hours to complete this route. It is anticipated therefore that it will be an all day event, (enjoying beautiful countryside in wonderful spring sunshine!) starting at 10.30am

The treasure prize will be awarded at the finish. (The White Horse, Bearsted). This will be given to the person with all the answers correct.

If there is more that one qualifier for the prize, the winning names will be put into a hat and one selected at random by the pub Landlord. The organizers decision will be final. The winner will be notified, and all entrants will be given the correct answers when all entrants have completed the course (or withdrawn!).

It is said that the Health service is “free at the point of need” and the same could be said for Education in this country. Unfortunately, this is not true throughout the world. The aim of SIKAT (Charity No. 1123801) is to give hope to disadvantaged children of the Philippines.

Please help us by learning and enjoying a little of this beautiful country, at the same time  helping education in the Philippines.

The entrance fee to take part in this event is £30.00.

Please contact: Paul Harrison or send an an e-mail to: Enquiries

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