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Weightmans LLP is proud to be a longstanding supporter of Isaac's House.
Isaac's House provides homes for orphaned children in Uganda. Currently they support 25 children, ensuring they grow up in a caring family environment with a safe and stable place to live, regular nutritional meals, clothing, access to healthcare and education and, most of all, a place to call home. In addition as much assistance as possible is also given to those in real need in the local community.
Weightmans organise regular staff volunteering trips to Uganda and this year I have volunteered to go. I will be there for a week at the end of April/early May 2017. Having Isabel has completed changed my outlook on life, last year I was involved in the Roe Green Play Park project and this year I wanted a new challenge as I turn 40. I know my trip to Uganda will be an amazing life changing experience and I am incredibly excited to be going and seeing all the children and volunteers at Isaac's House.
One of the annual challenges for Isaac's House is to continue to raise sufficient funds to send the children to decent schools so that they can get jobs and make a stable, self sufficient life for themselves and their own families when they grow up and also to help their local community.
I would be incredibly grateful if you would support my forthcoming trip to Uganda, all of the monies raised will go to Isaac's House and the incredible work they are doing. For more information about the charity and the Isaac's House family log on to www.isaacshouse.org. You can follow our travel blog whilst we are in Uganda at http://www.travelpod.com/members/weightmans.
Thank you so much, your donations are greatly appreciated.
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