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£120raised of £400 target by 5 supporters

    Weʼve raised £120 to help the children of St Joseph School in the Caribbean island of Dominica recover from the devastation by hurricane Maria.

    Wisbech, United Kingdom
    Funded on Sunday, 23rd September 2018

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    The children of The Commonwealth of Dominica have been hit hard by hurricane Maria. Parts of the island have been devastated and aide is slow in arriving. Fifteen people have lost their lives and twenty are still missing. Water is running out and food supplies low. Houses have been ripped apart so adults and children are sleeping in the open. Some schools are now in temporary accommodation but they have no books or learning aids. Some are still without electricity and water.

    Please make that difference!

    Thank you



    • wayne shaw8 months ago
      wayne shaw

      wayne shaw

      8 months ago

      The 2018 hurricane season in the Caribbean has now commenced and will last a few months. It is predicted a number of hurricanes will be very ferocious. Dominica is improving but there are still villages without the basics, electricity and running water. Some schools are still not operating and not rebuilt. We must look to the future and be positive. Your donations will make that difference and give children the basic education they deserve. This page will now be closed so we would like to thank all those who have contributed Thank you!

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    • wayne shaw10 months ago
      wayne shaw

      wayne shaw

      10 months ago

      Great news after eight months St Joseph may soon have electricity restored. This includes St Joseph school where they have struggled with power and water supplies since the hurricane. This is a boost for their confidence as the primary school children strive to get to grips with their educational needs. The supplies purchased with your kind donations have proved invaluable and I am sure everyone of them would like to thank you personally. The job is not yet finished so please share this story with all your friends Thank you thank you thanks

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    • wayne shaw1 year ago
      wayne shaw

      wayne shaw

      1 year ago

      Thank you to all our supporters who have helped and are assisting in the education of the children of St Joseph school Dominica. Your wonderful donations. The rebuilding of confidence and education takes a long time and there are now signs the children are responding. The mission continues so please share with all your friends and followers. Thank you for your generosity, The Children Love

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    • Claire Whitlingum

      Claire Whitlingum

      Jan 18, 2018


    • Alexandra Bennett

      Alexandra Bennett

      Dec 23, 2017

      Amazing work, well done Wayne and Joyce


    • Joyce  Shaw

      Joyce Shaw

      Sep 22, 2017

      For the children of St Joseph Dominica


    • Anonymous


      Sep 22, 2017


    • wayne shaw

      wayne shaw

      Sep 22, 2017

      Every penny will go the adults and children of St Joseph.


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    wayne shaw

    wayne shaw

    Wisbech, United Kingdom

    Hi thankyou for reading my page. With your assistance we are trying to help the children in St Joseph Dominica hit by the hurricane. Colette is an individual needs assistant and children are close to her heart. We just want to help a little which means a lot! Please help thanks!

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