Year of the Volunteer – 2017


Those who help raise funds for the Eusebia Hope Foundation (EHF)

EHF aids children orphaned through HIV/Aids in the Meru region of Kenya and is run by Woldingham’s own Christine Black. The charity provides immediate survival, by feeding, clothing, caring for and educating the children. Currently, EHF looks after 53 children and has access to piped water thanks to donations from Woldingham residents. Their next project is building both a dining hall and dormitory.

Fundraising initiatives run by volunteers in our Village have included: a Pet Service, fund raising support and collections at St Paul’s Church, coffee mornings and marketing. Woodlea School children and parents have donated uniforms and raised money over Christmas 2016. Volunteers include: Paul Norris, Alison, Paul Rudd, Sarah, Alex Swain, Claire, Becky Rush, Victoria Francis and parents who collected clothes.

If you would like to learn more about EHF or to join the fund raising volunteers, please visit the Eusebia Hope website. Also:

> Eusebia Hope Information Leaflet

At this time, EHF is also looking for a trustee to join a team of four, if you or someone you know is interested, please contact Christine.

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