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£170raised of £2,000 target by 7 supporters

    Weʼve raised £170 to Rebuild Nadi Community Hall in Fiji. Any amount of money you can donate will go directly towards the building costs.

    Naidi, Fiji
    Funded on Saturday, 1st September 2018

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    Thank you for visiting my JustGiving page which aims to raise £2,000 to Rebuild Nadi Community Hall in Fiji. Any amount of money you can donate will be greatly appreciated.

    In 2016 the strongest cyclone to ever hit the southern Hemisphere arrived on the coast of Fiji resulting in a total of 40,000 homes being damaged or destroyed. This left approximately 131,000 people in need of immediate shelter assistance.The total damage from the storm amounted to FJD$2.98 billion (US$1.4 billion) effecting the poorest communities the hardest.

    One of the communities effected is Naidi Village, their Community Hall was unfortunately destroyed when Cyclone Winston hit the islands of Fiji. The Community Hall is a vital space in Fijian life, in which the whole community comes together, but due to the cyclone the hall has been destroyed leaving the villagers with nothing.

    I will be working with CAUKIN Studio and a team of around 15 volunteers to construct a new Community hall over a period of 8 weeks, which will enable the villagers to congregate at the heart of the community once more.

    We will be staying with host families within the project village. By doing so we will immerse ourselves within the Fijian lifestyle and rich culture to build a greater understand of how to produce a community hall that will benefit the community the most.

    Donations received will go directly towards the build cost, whatever you can donate even if its just £1 will be greatly appreciated as every donation received will go straight to helping rebuild a community devastated by a natural disaster, Thank you.

    (Previous Project by CAUKIN Studio)

    Here are some useful links if you want to find out more information about the project.

    http://www.caukinstudio.com/home/

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      7

      • Harry Thaxter

        Harry Thaxter

        Jul 21, 2018

        Go on son build that shit

        £10.00

      • Gail Drummond

        Gail Drummond

        Jul 18, 2018

        Have the most wonderful time. Got some great mates just moved to Figi forv2 years. Marine Biologist through the Uni. If you fancy some scuba on the reef? Xx

        £30.00

      • Gary Palmer

        Gary Palmer

        Jul 18, 2018

        Work hard and have a great time!

        £50.00

      • Collett Bawn

        Collett Bawn

        May 27, 2018

        Good luck bud. Hope you manage to raise all you need. Much love. C x

        £20.00

      • Jenny Martin

        Jenny Martin

        May 26, 2018

        £10.00

      • kirstin pettett

        kirstin pettett

        May 25, 2018

        Nice one Lewis, what a wonderful thing to be involved in. The world needs more people like you. Xxx

        £20.00

      • Neil Danielsen

        Neil Danielsen

        May 25, 2018

        Good luck buddy, I'm proud of you xx

        £30.00

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      Naidi, Fiji

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