DonationS so far:  $008,192

LETS work together


When two Australian renewable energy industry gurus sat down to dinner just over two years ago, little did they realise their conversation would spark a chain of events leading to a Solar Power Installation for Letefoho Senior Highschool. The benefits will extend beyond the classroom, with unlimited potential.

Photo credits: Ornella Byak & Georgina Loughnan


LETS has introduced a program to sponsor the poorest, but hardest working students to attend the Letefoho High School. The cost is $245 per student, covering school fees and two uniforms. If you would like to Sponsor a Student for this year, please Contact us or consider Donating here. Find out more about our educational support to Letefoho below.


Huge congratulations to our 2017 LETS Christmas Card design winners - Ava D, age 7 years from St Thomas Catholic School, Willoughby and Joanna P, age 11 years from St Philip Neri Catholic School, Northbridge. Their winning card designs are on sale across the Lower North Shore Parish, Sydney to raise funds for Letefoho.

LETS is a non profit group of volunteers from the Catholic Parish of the Lower North Shore in Sydney. Through our charity and fundraising efforts, we are working hand in hand with the people of the Parish of Letefoho in East Timor to help build a brighter future for their community. Our support is focused on co-operative efforts to rebuild the foundations of a viable, thriving, self-sustaining community - organization of clean water, sanitation, education, local industry and communications.



for the people of Letefoho, lets make a difference.




Our Lady of Mt Carmel Senior High School Letefoho student sponsorship now underway for 2019.

LETS help them build a better future

Our mission

LETS help them build a better future!


For the 23,500 people in Letefoho, most homes have only one light globe. Children collect water and wood for their families at the expense of study and school attendance. Help us to improve educational and life opportunities for these children by 'Legging it for Letefoho'!