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Milverton School are raising money for a Ugandan School

Tue 01 May 2018

 ehB are proud to help sponsor Milverton School mums who are raising money for a Ugandan School

 

The two Fiona’s are travelling to Uganda in June to volunteer at this school, which was first set up in 2007 and now has around 500 children attending.



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They are hoping to raise £1,000 to help bring essentials - stationery such as pens, pencils, notebooks, clothing + materials to Ruhunga School in Uganda when they visit in June 2018.

 

They say – ‘The school currently has one classroom that only has walls and a roof but no windows, doors, plastered walls or concreted floors. That is their current priority for where money is needed.

 

One of our main aims is to show the girls / women how to be able to make reusable sanitary towels. At the moment the girls miss 1 week a month of school and reusable sanitary towels will ensure they can attend everyday.

 

At Ruhanga school, they are subsidised with the sponsor a child scheme where each child can be sponsored for £5 a month. This gives them porridge for breakfast which may be there only meal at school and a chance to attend school.

 

We are not just looking for monetary support. If anyone has children's clothing/shoes which maybe useful please get them to us so we can take out with us in June’.

 

The children of Milverton Primary School are also taking part by making a small card with a picture and a message of friendship to be taken out to the children. Each child has been asked to send in a ‘suggested donation of £1’ to go along with the card that will help to buy supplies for the school. This money will go a long way to buying simple items that we take for granted for our own children.  

 

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