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June 22, 2018
We can't believe we're already half way through this year! What a busy 6 months we've had. We survived through the GDPR consent process and we would like to thank all our supporters who 'opted in' to continue to receive these monthly newsletters about the amazing work that goes on in Malawi.
There are so many amazing stories to share with you this month, but we were only able to pick just 3...
We have started filling up this year's container and things are going extremely well. We have been truly blessed with the amount of things that have been donated to Starfish Malawi and the projects we have out in Malawi, including some sewing machines used to make Gateway kits. Thank you to those that donated.
We have many people bringing their items to go on the container, so prayer for their safe travels and that everything will fit would be very much appreciated at this time.
We're hoping to send our next container in May 2019 and if you'd like any more information, please visit our website or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bewl Water Walk 23rd June 2018
It's not long to go now until our Bewl Water Walk fundraising event for the Glad tidings Orphan care project. Thank you so much to those who have already signed up for the walk and who are already getting those sponsorship forms filled in. We have over 70 people signed up which is brilliant, but there is still space for more.
If you haven't signed up and would like to do the walk, there is still time! Please email Esther Barnes at email@example.com for any information.
If you're unable to walk but would like to donate to this incredible project, you can do so at our JustGiving page or by emailing our Administrator on the email above.
Daniel Augustine was accepted into the Starfish Student Sponsorship Programme in 2008. His secondary education was at Chipoka School and in 2011 he passed his MSCE Final Exams. He had an interest in Information Technology and with his sponsors’ encouragement and assistance he embarked on a Computer training Course. He was successful in this and at one time assisted in the training at the Starfish Office.
Daniel enjoyed being a trainer and this gave him a desire to teach. He was....