SASB friendship with DAMU

Year 1

St Andrew's and St Bride's Learning Community

£6,479.08 raised towards our £4,198.00 target.

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St. Andrew's and St. Bride's Learning Community are passionate about raising money for Mary's Meals. We are proud to be linked with Damu Primary school in Malawi and look forward to working with our local community, parents and parishes to support the school kitchen,

St Andrew's and St Bride's is raising money to feed 302 children for a whole school year at Damu Primary School in Malawi.

This is year 1 St Andrew's and St Bride's has raised funds for Damu Primary School with a total of £11,420.57 raised so far.



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29 donations and counting

£41.70 + £10.60 gift aid donated by Anonymous on 21 December 18

£50.00 + £12.70 gift aid donated by Shirley Crichton on 17 August 18

“Happy silver wedding anniversary mum and Ian X we knew you didn't want anything so we donated on your behalf to help others XX ”

£119.50 + £30.28 gift aid donated by Brian Nelson on 30 July 18

“This is the % from the World Cup Prediction League. Thanks to all those who took part and especially for the extra donated by one of our prize winners!”

£100.00 + £25.35 gift aid donated by Brian Nelson on 31 December 17

“Happy Christmas to our friends in Damu Primary school, love from Katie, Anthony and Andrew Nelson xxx”


17 November 17

St Andrew's and St Bride's says…

A HUGE thank you to Bernie Rosenberg from our Physics Department. He ran the Lisbon Marathon during the October break, an amazing achievement in itself, but he also raised a total of £557.80 which he has so generously donated to our Primary School in Damu. Well done Bernie and congratulations again from the whole school community.

17 October 17

St Andrew's and St Bride's says…

thank you to everyone who has donated so far. Your little acts of love are making sure that the children in Damu primary school are receiving the meal and the education they deserve.

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