Grenville Community Hub
Playford Boulevard Elizabeth
6.15 for 6.45pm
Dinner cost: $ 18.00 per person
Bookings essential for catering Ph. 088255 3296
Join us on Monday 10th November 2014 in celebrating the achievements of the Umoja Orphanage Kenya over the past 12 months.
Our presentation will pictorially show recent developments and we will speak directly with Cathy Booth, founder of the Umoja Orphanage during the dinner via SKYPE.
You can participate by attending the dinner and making a donation towards the cause or you can donate via our direct transfer account set for this specific purpose. All donations will be acknowledged.
Have you ever wondered what happens when you donate money to these far flung places, does your cash actually get there? Is it used for the right purpose? The answers to these and any other questions you may have can and will be answered on the night. Our Club’s involvement began in 2013 when 2 of our people volunteered with Umoja in Kenya; they assisted in the building of a fence around the site.
Enquiries from new volunteers for December 2014 and April 2015 are very welcome.
Umoja Orphanage Kenya is a non-profit organisation building a self-sustainable children’s village to give orphaned and vulnerable children a second chance at life. Rotary RAWCS Project 51 2011/2012
Together we can achieve the extraordinary. www.umojahome.org
Donations Please give what you can
Can be made on the night or we can make arrangements available for direct transfers
- $18 buys 60 seedling fruit trees
- $ 25 buys 2 chickens
- $40 buys a piglet
- $75 buys a goat or a sheep or seed for an acre
Tickets or Donations may be made by direct payment transfer to
BENDIGO BANK Elizabeth Club Account BSB 633-000 Account Number 143147296 ,
please email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm.