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£2raised of £100,000 target by 1 supporter

    Weʼve raised £2 to help fund a Christmas effort for the less fortunate children in our community.

    Arouca, Tunapuna/Piarco Municipal Corporation, Trinidad and Tobago
    Funded on Monday, 25th December 2017

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    In our community of Arouca there are many families/children who are less fortunate than we would care to appreciate; for some time now we have been attempting to make a difference by donating school uniforms and basic items during the school term and toys during the holiday seasons.

    However, it has become apparent we cannot make the impact we would like to on our own with our limited resources. It is our hope to increase our efforts and reach by raising 100,000 pounds by the Christmas season. We believe this goal can be achieved if we are able to get persons to donate 2 pounds each.



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      Page last updated on: 8/27/2017 7:26 PM



      • D D C

        D D C

        Aug 27, 2017

        I think this is a noble cause worth supporting,


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      Marc Augustine

      Marc Augustine

      Arouca, Tunapuna/Piarco Municipal Corporation, Trinidad and Tobago

      Being a member of this community I find that this cause rings true to my heart and I am extremely passionate about helping these children and giving them a Christmas they will never forget.

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