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Raise the Roof at King Jesus Charity Home

King Jesus Charity Home in Kumasi, Ghana, needs a new roof at a cost of £10,000.  The current flat, concrete roof is crumbling and leaking and the cost of replacing it with a timber frame supporting aluminium sheets, plus repairing the damage to the ceilings below, is estimated at £10,000. When it rains - and it rains heavily in Kumasi - the water leaks...

In aid of Ghanaian Children's Trust

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Total raised
£9,980.76

Target
£10,000.00

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Raise the Roof at King Jesus Charity Home

King Jesus Charity Home in Kumasi, Ghana, needs a new roof at a cost of £10,000.  The current flat, concrete roof is crumbling and leaking and the cost of replacing it with a timber frame supporting aluminium sheets, plus repairing the damage to the ceilings below, is estimated at £10,000.

When it rains - and it rains heavily in Kumasi - the water leaks into the dormitories and the children have to put out buckets and bowls to catch the drips.

Can you help? Perhaps you could organise a fundraising event, eg coffee morning, table top or car boot sale, tombola, social event, or simply make a donation.  Let's Raise the Roof and provide watertight dormitories for the children.

Event date

18-October-2017 - 
31-July-2018

Event type

Donations Only

Event is completed

Event Contact

Key contact
Ghanaian Children's Trust - Jean
Telephone
0191 2816493
Email address
childrenstrust@yahoo.com

Activity log

Donation by Anonymous
on 23/10/2017
Donation by Anonymous
on 22/10/2017
Donation by Anonymous
on 22/10/2017
Donation by Anonymous
on 18/10/2017
Donation by Anonymous
on 17/10/2017

Donation summary

Direct donations:(online) £110.00
Direct donations:(offline) £9,870.76
Total Raised: £9,980.76
Total Raised
with gift aid:
£10,000.76

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