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Closed 07/05/2019

raised of £2,000 target by 3 supporters

    Weʼve raised £62 to fund a project Africa trip to Uganda. We will be building and decorating a school. Also we will be supplying a water source for the village.

    Sandhurst, UK
    Funded on Tuesday, 7th May 2019

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    The scouting community will be travelling to Uganda in the summer of 2019. We will be set up over the whole of Uganda, whilst there we will be partaking in many charitable projects, including building and decorating a school and providing a water source for the village.



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      • Christina Clayton

        Christina Clayton

        Jul 14, 2018

        Very proud of you!


      • Emma Rogers

        Emma Rogers

        Jul 1, 2018

        So well deserved Rhiannon, good luck with the fundraising. Lots of love xxxxxxxx


      • Ethan Eckley

        Ethan Eckley

        Jul 1, 2018

        You smell :)


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      Rhiannon  Eckley

      Rhiannon Eckley

      Sandhurst, UK

      I'm setting up this page to aid my trip to Uganda. My trip is part of project Africa, where every couple of years a group of scouts go across the globe to Africa so we can support the country. On our trip we will be, building a school, Supplying water, And teaching children.

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