Christmas in the slums of Kampala

by awamu on December 4, 2014 · 0 comments

in News, organic food gardens

Could you donate £5.61 to give children like Dianne & her friends a special treat this Christmas?
For the vulnerable children awamu works with Christmas is like any other time of the year – they wake up facing the same challenges they face everyday of their lives and without even a decent hot meal to look forward to.

For the last few years we’ve held a meeting for the children in December. Its a time for them to get together and talk about the issues they face, we serve cake and fizzy pop as a bit of a treat but this year we want to go a step further…

This year we want music, dancing, games and cake, a decent hot meal and a small gift to make them feel special. 

We work with 89 children and we think we can lay all this on for £500 – that is just £5.61 per child.

Can you spare £5.61 (or more if you can afford it!) to give Dianne and her friends a chance to play, dance. eat a decent meal and feel special this festive season?

Gwan, gwan, gwan – in return for your gift we’ll send you a special message from Kampala so you can be part of the fun too.

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