Weʼve raised £0 to give to Bishop Alastair’s Harvest Appeal 2016. As a Church of England Primary School and member of DDAT we have been asked to help.
- Matlock, United Kingdom
- Schools and education
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- Closed on Monday, 28th November 2016
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St Giles CE Primary School, Matlock have been asked to raise £200 for
Bishop Alastair’s Harvest Appeal 2016 is in aid of the Ray of Hope project led by the Cathedral Relief Service Kolkata.
Kolkata has one of India's largest slums with over a third of the population living in poverty. All family members have to work with women and children bearing the burden of this.
The Cathedral Relief Service is establishing 'Nari Dana' a new dressmaking training programme for women, and resourcing an education programme 'Ray of Hope' for children, to allow them to avoid exploitative work, such as prostitution and sweatshops.dressmaking training programme for women, and resourcing an education programme 'Ray of Hope' for children, to allow them to avoid exploitative work, such as prostitution and sweatshops.
This is just one of 3 ways we will be Fund Raising -
We are also asking if our parents and friends will help with this one and get involved by volunteering to take a charity money collection tin and start collecting money for The Bishop of Derby 2016 Harvest Appeal in Aid of Women and Children in Kolkata, India.
The children of St Giles will be making Indian Sweets and having a sweet sale.
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