Our Tanzania 2018 team are making their final preparations before departure for Mwanza on 6 July. And as part of this we are once again appealing on your kindness and generosity to help us to goods out to the school, Hisani orphanage and Forever Angels orphanage.
If you can help, please bring along any items to Reception by 10am on Monday 2 July. Thank you so much – your donation, whatever size, will make a massive impact on the lives of the children.
|General||10 suitcases to take donations to Mwanza. In good condition. They will not be returned.|
|Hisani and Forever Angels Orphanages||Childrens toothbrush|
|Small toys eg. yoyo, bouncy ball, flying glider (paper or Styrofoam), bubbles|
|Gedeli B School||Deflated footballs, basketballs and volleyballs|
|Boys and girls school shoes – in good condition, or cheap new pair from a supermarket. Size: from toddlers to age 18|
|Flip flops. Size: from toddlers to age 18|
|Laptops for the disabled children. We can reset old laptops if required.|
Following discussions with Gedeli B School, our projects this year have been finalised. Thanks to all of the fundraising activities that have taken place over the past year, and your generous support, we can fund:
- The installation of a 10,000 litre water tower, so that the children have ready-access to fresh drinking water (this is in addition to the 3000 litre tank we installed in 2013)
- 2 x braille machines, for the blind/sight impaired children
- Sanitary towels for the girls
- 5 x sewing machines and 2 x embroidery machines for the special needs children in order to teach them some skills so that they may be able to support themselves in the future
- 10 x magnifying glasses for the sight impaired children
- Puberty booklets for Standard Grade 7 (tbc)
- Sports field equipment, this will be either goal posts or basketball posts
- Art murals for classroom walls
- Pencil cases for the special needs children with specific items to help them
- Pants for the children at Hisani orphanage as alot of the children don’t have underwear
Find out more about the Tanzania Project.