SASB friendship with DAMU

Year 2

St Andrew's and St Bride's Learning Community

£4,238.20 raised towards our £4,198.00 target.

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 2 St Andrew's and St Bride's has raised funds for Damu Primary School with a total of £10,664.28 raised so far.

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£30.00 + £7.64 gift aid donated by Fran Lawson on 23 October 18

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Updates

17 September 18

St Andrew's and St Bride's says…

Thank you very much to Louise Haggerty, whose generous donation of a £100 at a recent parish coffee morning has gone straight to our project. A huge act of love.

The rest of the money raised by our pupils in St Leonard's parish will be added shortly. Thank you very much for the continuing hard work, commitment and dedication to Mary's Meals.

15 May 18

St Andrew's and St Bride's says…

Thank you so much to St Kenneth's Primary School for inviting us to a beautiful assembly this morning on Our Lady and St Bernadette.

The cheque from their fundraising for Mary's Meals for £2500 will feed 180 of the 302 children for the full year in Damu Primary School in Malawii. This is a fabulous achievement and the prayers to Our Lady from Room 3 were very fitting.

Please continue to pray for the success of this project which allows Mary's Meals to turn our little acts of love into a daily meal in a place of education for so many children.

Fundraising history

St Andrew's and St Bride's has supported Damu Primary School over multiple years. Their total of £10,664.28 shows just how much they've raised online for this school! See the difference it's made through the annual school reports.

Previous fundraising
£10,664.28 total raised so far online

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