raised of £2,500 target from 4 people

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I'm doing this fundraiser to raise £2,500 for URBAN SHIFT
Let's talk Toilets... 26 of us are off to the Khaya Centre to work just outside J'berg in South Africa. We are hoping to build a playground and paint some of the houses. However, Sister V has asked if we can also do a new abuild and provide toilets and a kitchen area for a camp that has NOTHING. MY niece Jess and I went to the camp back in 2015 and I can't tell just how much happiness was there. Children with nothing, but huge great big smiles. So down to the nitty gritty, do you want to twin your toilet/hob/cooker with one in Africa? If you can, please can you consider donating £25 to have you toilet twinned. I shall take pictures of your sponsored item (unused!) and you can watch its story through our posts. I can't begin to find the words to say how life changing this will be for families we will be helping to get basic amenities. Or the young people we are taking with us to help build. I just thank you, even if you can't give money, please keep us all in your thoughts and prayers. Thank you for visiting our Givey page. When you make your donation through Givey, the Charity receives 100% of the donation. Your details are safe with Givey and donating is completely secure. Whatsmore, they never share your email address with any third parties except the Charity you donate to.


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We are a registered charity based in Bolton led by Moira Frew and Esther Peggs and supported by 2 other trustees - Susan Pilkington and Janice Nuttall. We Work both locally and abroad with the aim of ‘simply changing lives.’ Enabling people to broaden their horizons, realise their potential and develop new skills as they make a difference in their own lives and in the lives of those less fortunate than themselves. We run a 2 week mission trip to the Khaya Centre in South Africa each year where we facilitate projects that enable participants to practically engage in helping those in poverty and need. Projects range from building projects, holiday clubs, community projects and social action projects. Each year the project is shaped around the needs of the Khaya Centre and we seek to meet their needs as best as we can as well as utilising the skills and talents of those participating in the trip.