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Mosquito nets for Kenya (MWiB)

WEST YORKSHIRE METHODIST DISTRICT

Methodist Women in Britain (MWiB)

Mosquito nets for Kenya

Fundraising Day to launch the District MWiB’s support
of UN Millennium Development Goal (MDG) 4
- to Reduce Child Mortality

at Lindley Methodist Church, East Street,
 Lindley Huddersfield HD3 3ND

Saturday 1st September 2012
10.00 a.m. – 4.00 p.m.

10.00 a.m.                   Coffee and biscuits
12 noon – 2.00 p.m.   Soup and a roll, with apple pie to follow
2.00 p.m.- 4.00 p.m.  Tea, scones, jam and cream

Plus stalls

Please put the date in your diary now!

Comments

  1. Gillian had a very successful day to launch her project (raising funds to buy mosquito nets to protect children from malaria in Kenya) which helps address UN Millennium Development Goal 4 Reducing Child Mortality.

    In just one day, £1242 was raised, enough to buy over 400 nets. Thank you to all, especially the helpers from Gillian's own church and circuit, but also everyone who attended from around the district, or sent donations. Some funds had been raised before the day, and many gifts were Gift-Aided, so the final total to date will be even higher. Gillian will update us at the Forum meeting on 4 October.

    In the meantime, please be thinking what you might do in your own circuit to raise further funds for this excellent cause.

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