Join us for our South East Understanding CAFOD/Energiser day. Saturday 23rd Jan 10-3:30.

We would like to invite you to join us on the 23rd of January for our South East Energiser/Understanding CAFOD day. We will cover our international work with a special focus on Uganda which will be our focus for Lent Fast Day 2016. We will also cover our finances, campaigns and some hints and tips about talking to others about CAFOD. We will have experts from various teams informing and inspiring us during the day.

This will take place in Amigo Hall of St George’s Cathedral, Southwark next to our Head Office, Romero Hall, a short walk from Waterloo train station. We will gather at 10:30 and finish at 3:30. We will provide refreshments but to keep costs low we don’t feel able to provide lunch.

This will be an enjoyable and inspiring day which is great for experienced volunteers, those new to volunteering and supporters who would just like to learn a little more about how we work and meet us, the local CAFOD Coordinators.

Please let us know if you are interested in joining us and consider bringing along a friend or fellow parishioner, especially if you think they may be interested in becoming a volunteer.

We will be holding another Energiser/Understanding CAFOD day in Our Lady of England Parish in Storrington. This will be a shorter day about which more information can be found by clicking the following link:  Storrington Understanding CAFOD Energiser Day.

One thought on “Join us for our South East Understanding CAFOD/Energiser day. Saturday 23rd Jan 10-3:30.

  1. Pingback: Understanding CAFOD morning in Storrington on the 28th of Jan 10:30-1:30 | CAFOD Arundel & Brighton Blog

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