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£1,693raised of £2,000 target by 54 supporters

    Weʼve raised £1,693 to raise funds towards rebuilding a school and Community Centre damaged by fire in Assin Foso, Ghana.

    Foso, Central, Ghana
    Funded on Friday, 31st August 2018

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    We are based at St Charles Borromeo in Aigburth, Liverpool supporting a Community in Assin Foso, Ghana and we are urgently raising funds to help redevelop the Community Centre and local School following a fire. The development of the Community Centre will enable funds to be generated through hiring the hall out for weddings, parties, baptisms and other celebration events. In turn any funds generated is being used to rebuild and develop the School and other Community Projects.

    Weve raised over £6500 already towards the Project and we are pleased to report that great progress has already been made on both refurbishing the Community Centre and improving facilities in the School. This is a very needy community and despite positive development in recent times, more than half the population in Ghana still lives below the poverty line, have low rates of Illiteracy with poor access to healthcare and a lack of formal education and high rates of infectious diseases such as HIV/AIDS and malaria - all of which trap families in a cycle of poverty. In Ghana, 72 in every 1,000 babies born will die before the age of five.

    Our Project will help this Community to help themselves. Please donate and help make a difference!



    • Tony Wardale4 months ago
      Tony Wardale

      Tony Wardale

      4 months ago

      Hi everyone! I’m overwhelmed by the generosity of people and the donations given. A million thanks to everyone! God bless and thanks! Tony

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    • Tony Wardale6 months ago
      Tony Wardale

      Tony Wardale

      6 months ago

      Im doing the C2C bike road between 20th and 23rd August to raise more fund for this worthy cause! The C2C is a 140 bike ride from Whitehaven to Sunderland taking in the hilly terrain of the Lake District and Pennines. I'm currently in training having dusted down my old bike and doing plenty of spinning classes to building up my stamina! Thanks for any donations!

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    Page last updated on: 8/26/2018 12:12 PM



    • James  Pimlett

      James Pimlett

      Aug 26, 2018

      Well done Tony to do this on your own magnificent achievement


    • Fran & Ray

      Fran & Ray

      Aug 25, 2018

      Well done Tony - We are proud of you x


    • Marie & Cathy

      Marie & Cathy

      Aug 25, 2018

      Well done Tony! X


    • Anonymous


      Aug 24, 2018

      Well done Iron Man great achievement for a fab cause

    • Marshall Family

      Marshall Family

      Aug 23, 2018

      Well done Toe - proud of you! Love The Marshall Family xx


    • Sean


      Aug 23, 2018

      Well done Tony


    • Paul, Elaine & Jasmine Khan

      Paul, Elaine & Jasmine Khan

      Aug 23, 2018

      Well done on completing the C2C Tony! Good luck with the fund raising too!


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    Tony Wardale

    Tony Wardale

    Foso, Central, Ghana

    Help me raise funds to refurbish the local school and community hall in Assin Foso, Ghana. The old school was destroyed by fire and funds are ungently needed to help children continue their education and rebuild the community centre.

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