Many thanks to pupils at Cranmore School who raised over £1800 for CAFOD

Cranmore School West Horsley

Cranmore School West Horsley

A HUGE thank you to the pupils at Cranmore School in West Horsley for their sponsored activity day which raised over £1800 for the East Africa Crisis Appeal. The activity day show cased the many talents in the school from comedy sketches, singing,  drama and instrumental performances. Many thanks to Mr Harris and Mr Jakubowski for organising the day and to the parents, friends and family members who sponsored the pupils.The cheque for £1800 was presented to Jo Lewry from CAFOD at a special assembly on Monday 15th May.

Jo Lewry said ” On behalf of CAFOD I would like to say a big thank you to Cranmore school for coming together and raising such a fantastic amount for the East Africa Crisis appeal. The money raised is not just a testament to the pupil’s creativity and talents but it will make a huge difference to people in need of food in East Africa.”

 

 

Camberley and Bagshot Catholic Parish raise funds for East Africa

Camberley and Bagshot parish soup lunch

Camberley and Bagshot parish soup lunch

Many thanks to our CAFOD supporters in Camberley and Bagshot Catholic Parish for raising over £1,800 for the East Africa Crisis Appeal which is a fantastic amount to raise in a week!

Camberley and Bagshot parishioners enjoying the soup lunch.

Camberley and Bagshot parishioners enjoying the soup lunch.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jo Carroll our CAFOD parish contact in Camberley and Bagshot told us that they organised a soup lunch yesterday (Thursday 30th March) which 35 parishioners attended and donated £455 and then with the retiring collection that took place after all masses last weekend they raised £1846.18 to support those in desperate need in East Africa.

Over 16 million people across South Sudan, Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya are in urgent need of food, following months of drought. CAFOD is working with our local Church partners on the ground, who are providing vital aid to communities affected by hunger and drought. Please support the appeal  by organising a collection in your parish or putting details of how people can donate to the appeal in the newsletter.