Webteam: October 2016
The Charity 'ALL WE CAN' thanks Halmer End Methodist Church for extraordinary gifts
ALL WE CAN has sent a certificate of thanks to the Church for its extraordinary gifts from the Harvest Thanksgiving held in September for Clean Water projects in Uganda and new toilet projects in Nepal. A total of £213.22 has been donated for these two projects enabling ALL WE CAN to help some of the poorest people in some of the world's poorest communities.
An additional gift of £100 will also be sent to this appeal from donations given at a lunch held at the Over 60s Youth Club at the Church on 19th October.
More details about these projects supported by our Harvest Gifts is on Harvest Support for Clean Water Projects
More information about the work being done by ALL WE CAN is on their web site.
Thank you to everyone who has supported this appeal.
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