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St John's University of Tanzania

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Elizabeth Taylor

Working to support the University

Raising money for
Tanzania Development Trust

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Total raised
£3,040.00

Target
None set

Donations accepted until 31-03-2018

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About

St John's University of Tanzania was inaugurated in September 2007. It started with 812 students with its first graduation ceremony in November 2010. Its doors are open to all qualified students with a wide range of background and ages.Founded by Tanzanians for Tanzanians it has no natural source of income other than student fees.My own connection with them was as the founding head of IT. It was a struggle to obtain sufficient equipment. The struggle continues to equip all departments well.

Event details

Supporting the University as it grows and develops

The University continues to need equipment and to improve the infrastructure. The most urgent need is the construction of a boundary fence. This is a major undertaking and needs a lot of financial support.

Event date

15-March-2015 00:00  - 
31-December-2017 00:00

Event type

Donations Only

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Donations

For general use by the University
Donation by Elizabeth Taylor
on 18-12-2015
£10.00
£0.00 gift aid
This donation is for the Fencing Project around St John's University of Tanzania. Thank you.
Donation by Margaret Hawkes
on 05-06-2015
£3,000.00
£750.00 gift aid
This donation is for The Fencing Project around St. Johns University of Tanzania.
Donation by Margaret Hawkes
on 03-06-2015
£10.00
£2.50 gift aid
This is for the SJUT Fencing Project and is intended to check how the system works
Donation by C Studman
on 27-05-2015
£10.00
£0.00 gift aid
For general funds
Donation by Anonymous
on 25-04-2015
£10.00
£2.50 gift aid

Donation summary

Online Donations: £3,040.00
Offline Donations: £0.00
Total Raised: £3,040.00
Total Raised
with gift aid:    £3,795.00

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