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These Batwa children live at 8,000 feet above sea level in the village of Rwamahano in south West Uganda. They are in desperate need of something better than a wooden hut that lets in rain, will blow down in a storm and is cold when the wind blows. The Ugandan government considers the village too remote to help. AICM is trying to care for and educate these...

In aid of Friends of AICM

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Total raised
£26,810.00

Target
£40,000.00

67%

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These Batwa children live at 8,000 feet above sea level in the village of Rwamahano in south West Uganda. They are in desperate need of something better than a wooden hut that lets in rain, will blow down in a storm and is cold when the wind
blows. The Ugandan government considers the village too remote to help. AICM is trying to care for and educate these children and wants to build a better school for them Please can you help us?

Friends of AICM (FAICM) are looking to provide £40,000 to build a decent primary school at Rwamahano.STOP Press--we have an offer of half needed funds. Please help us match this.

Event date

31-July-2016 00:00 - 
28-February-2017 00:00

Event type

Back to School Appeal

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Event Contact

Key contact
Sue Townsend
Telephone
01993 703463

Activity log

Donation by Anonymous
on 03/09/2016
£ 25.00
£ 0.00 gift aid
Donation by Roger
on 03/09/2016
£ 30.00
£ 7.50 gift aid
Donation by Sarah
on 21/08/2016
£ 20.00
£ 5.00 gift aid
Donation by Anonymous
on 02/08/2016
£ 300.00
£ 75.00 gift aid
Donation by Jim Hignett
on 01/08/2016
Donation by Anonymous
on 01/08/2016
£ 25.00
£ 6.25 gift aid

Donation summary

Direct donations:(online) £3,810.00
Direct donations:(offline) £23,000.00
Total Raised: £26,810.00
Total Raised
with gift aid:
£27,678.75

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