John Finucane

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Fundraising for Children in Crossfire
raised of £100 target
by 34 supporters
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Event: Twilight Abseil in aid of Children in Crossfire, on 17 November 2022
Children in Crossfire

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RCN 101412
We support early childhood development to improve children's health and education


Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

I will be abseiling down Belfast Castle – in the dark! - on 17 November, in aid of the Derry-based international development charity Children in Crossfire. I would be very grateful if you would support my fundraiser.

Children in Crossfire’s core purpose is to support children and families in Ethiopia and Tanzania who might otherwise be left behind. That ethos which brings them to impoverished inner-cities and remote island communities. It’s the driving force behind their efforts to provide water for 2,000 more people in rural Ethiopia over the next three years.

As you know, dirty water causes disease and costs lives. A local supply of safe, clean water saves lives, keeps people healthy and enables children to go to school every day.

Children in Crossfire’s latest well construction programme – focussing on the Wolisso region of Ethiopia – is being managed on the ground by Deselegn Abebe from St Luke’s Hospital, Children in Crossfire’s local partner in that area.

About the charity

Children in Crossfire

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RCN 101412
Vision: A compassionate world where every child can reach their full potential. Mission: To work with others to tackle the injustices of poverty affecting children Registered Charity in Northern Ireland (NIC101412) and The Republic of Ireland (20045517):

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