French Living Giving

Year 1

Louise Luiggi

£3,698.25 raised towards our £5,722.00 target.
Help us reach our goal!

French Living has been in the business of making meals for over 20 years. We are family-run with a personal connection to Malawi. Our children's tennis coach of 13 years, Anthony Kainga, is Malawian which is why we are sponsoring Nancholi Primary. Giving to Mary's Meals enables us to give something back to Anthony's community and to say thank you for all he has done for our family and for British tennis.

Louise is raising money to feed 469 children for a whole school year at Nancholi school in Malawi.

This is year 1 Louise has raised funds for Nancholi with a total of £3,698.25 raised so far.



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14 donations and counting

£25.00 + £6.38 gift aid donated by Louise Luiggi on 18 January 18

“Donations from our wonderful French Living restaurant customers. Thank you so much!”

£100.00 + £25.35 gift aid donated by Rachael Smith on 15 December 17

“what a wonderful time we had at French Living this evening...and so thrilled to support this cause which is close to our hearts. this donation in lieu of a gift to mum and A.C., Happy Christmas, girls! With love from Rachael xx”

£100.00 + £25.35 gift aid donated by Louise Luiggi on 27 September 17

“Contributions from Wednesday morning yoga class”

£36.50 + £9.29 gift aid donated by Louise Luiggi on 30 July 17

“Donations from my yoga classes at French Living.”


26 November 16

Louise says…

I am so touched by your generosity. Thank you so much! Please spread the word about Mary's Meals and the incredible difference they make to young lives.

Learn more about Mary's Meals

Mary's Meals is a global movement that sets up school feeding projects in some of the world's poorest communities, where hunger and poverty prevent children from gaining an education.

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