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£30raised of £2,000 target by 2 supporters

    Weʼve raised £30 to help the community of Lesotho by building classrooms and water tanks

    Funded on Friday, 17th November 2017

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    In July 2018, myself and a group of people will be traveling to Lesotho in Africa, where we will work alongside locals to help the community. Whilst there, we will complete a project such as building water tanks, building classrooms and repairing buildings. My aim is to help and conserve a culture that has been less fortunate than ours, and to try and share our resources to people that need it. The money will go towards travel expenses, and resources needed for building. On top of this, we will visit an animal conservation site, where we will work for a day. This experience will help not only people, but animals, and deserves huge amounts of support for its multiple needs.



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      • Dorien Koldenhof

        Dorien Koldenhof

        Jul 20, 2017


      • Sandrine Shai

        Sandrine Shai

        Jul 20, 2017

        Go go go Zoë xxx


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      Zoe Shai

      Zoe Shai


      My name is Zoe, and I have chosen to take part in an expedition to Lesotho. I care deeply about helping out areas that have been less fortunate than ours and to make a difference to the community of Lesotho would mean a lot to me, and the people we are helping.

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