Our thanks go to St Edward the Confessor, Keymer with St Luke, Hurstpierpoint for their Harvest Soup lunch on Friday.
A good crowd gathered for some tasty soup at St Edward’s, Keymer
A delightful soup was served after the 12.15 Mass at St. Edward’s in support of our Harvest Fast Day appeal and a raffle added to the event.
Parish CAFOD volunteer, Julia, said
‘Our thanks go to Sue and Tina for making the delicious soup and also all those who came and supported the event. We raised a wonderful total of £248 from the raffle and the lunch.
Good food, good company and a good cause – a true recipe for a delightful event.
Our thanks also go to the organisers, to the cooks Sue and Tina and the hungry diners for all of their support.
Our thanks to Sue and Tina the chefs
In good company
On Sunday 4th June Sacred Heart parish in Cobham held a BBQ to fundraise for CAFOD Connect2. The rain stayed away for a lovely day! The delicious food was enjoyed by everyone. Special thanks to all those who provided the spectacular variety of salads.
Many thanks to all the parishioners who came along and to Jackie and Brian Trewby and their fantastic team of CAFOD volunteers who organised the event.
An incredible £1184 was raised for CAFOD, this is amazing, thank you so much to everyone who donated.
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Tubes of change!
Many thanks to all those at Camberley & Bagshot parish for raising over £260 for Connect2 Cambodia. Jo Carroll, our CAFOD parish volunteer told us about their simple but novel way of raising money.
“Towards the end of 2015 when the Camberley & Bagshot Catholic Parish CAFOD/J&P group started to fundraise for the CAFOD connect2 Cambodia project one of the group had the idea of collecting small donations in tubes placed at the back of the three churches in the parish. This was to raise awareness within the parish of the new fundraising project and that many Cambodians live on less than 50p a day. Recently we put our CAFOD ‘tubes’ out again for two weekends to raise awareness that Connect2 programme is now supporting a new area in Cambodia. The total raised over the two weekends was an amazing £264.36. “
To find our more about Connect2 projects please listen to the webinar Update from Ethiopia by our Step into the Gap volunteers on Thursday 8th June (today) at 7pm . As part of their trip they visited the Connect2 community in Sebeya Ethiopia .