PARTNERS IN EDUCATION SWAZILAND NOW eSWATINI
The Club Continues to support the charity Partners in Education eSWATINI. Previously we helped part fund the refurbishment of a building in Mbabane, eSWATINI to be used to provide a meal a day for street and other vulnerable children. Pre-school are also given some basic education.
At that time 45 children were attending the new centre. Since then the demand has increased such that some 95 children are now attending. The majority of the children going to the centre are orphans who, without the centre would have no means of gaining food on a daily basis. As you can see from the 2020 newsletter over 200 children are currently receiving a meal.
The Club continues to support the centre with a generous donation supporting a bee keeping project which is now producing honey for sale.. The latest update shows the real problems being experienced through Covid which has led to growing malnutrition and the Club has made a further substantial donation to ease these issues.
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Despite everything we made it and the Charity Golf Day was held on Sunday 8th August when some 36 teams competed bravely in not the best of weather and not to mention a gale for part of the day! Even so it was a good event raising some £3,500 for charitymore
The Club Members are supporting Wrap Up Lancashire by helping to manage the local collection sites and to transfer the collected coats to the Sorting Centre and then to assist in the actual sorting of the coats.more
The Club supports the Salvation Army Food Crisis centre in Preston by making a monthly donation . The Corona virus has placed increased demands on the centre and the Club now is making a £200 monthly contribution.more
The 10th Leisure Lakes Steam & Vintage Vehicle Rally was a great success. Over a mainly sunny and dry weekend not only was the event a great day out for the family but raised just under £25,000 for local charities.more