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Despite always choosing the coldest days with the most snow, a group of generous friends has contributed around £1000 through regular Christmas walks over the past three years. The picture shows some of them in the Loxley Valley, Sheffield in 2011. Their money goes to funding the scholarships of the children of blind beggars in Makeni.
The Pro Victimis Foundation’s Board has approved a grant of $100,000 towards the school’s budget for 2011-2012. Established in 1988, the Pro Victimis Foundation (PVF) is a private grant-making foundation that operates internationally to bring about lasting changes in the lives of the most disadvantaged and vulnerable communities in developing countries. (http://www.provictimis.org/) The efforts
The Makeni Trust Fund is pleased to support a volunteer in the position of Fundraiser and Director’s Assistant at St Joseph’s School for the Hearing Impaired, Makeni.
We set out to recruit an experienced fundraiser to work in a voluntary capacity, to develop and implement a fundraising strategy, to work on an exciting and ambitious plan to raise an endowment fund for the school’s future, and
The Makeni Trust Fund actively supports development projects in and around the city of Makeni, in the Northern Province of Sierra Leone. It is a small registered charity based in Sheffield, UK, since 2009.
Who are the trustees?
The trustees are all based in Sheffield, UK: Delia and Jon Kay, Tony and Ruth Mulcrone, Bob and Rosie Lyons, Pat Battams and Carolyn George. Collectively
We fund practical things like water supplies for our partners, we support sponsored students who are struggling with fees, … continue reading …
We are very pleased to work with dedicated partners in Sierra Leone who meet the needs of the local community by leading improvements in education and health … continue reading …