There are many ways in which you can support the Marshal Papworth Fund and help many more students in developing countries to grow themselves out of hunger. All the money you help to raise will be used to make a lasting difference within rural communities across developing countries.
• Why not do your own thing? Organise a coffee morning or cake sale, arrange a tournament and get participants to pay an entry fee, have a clear out and sell unwanted items at a car boot or garage sale, open up your garden for the day and ask visitors to make a small donation, or why not organise an auction of promises
• Become a Marshal Papworth Friend
• Undertake a charity event or challenge on our behalf
• Volunteer your services to help build our annual ‘African village’ in July
• Organise a community/school fundraising event
• Make an annual or one off donation to help support a specific student or element of our scholarship programme
• Mention the Marshal Papworth Fund in your will.
The opportunities are endless. For more information on how you can support our Fund please contact Sandra Lauridsen on 01733 363514 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
|Okoth Peter Ouma Kenya||Antony Philip Emenyu Uganda||Samantha Ingrid Bipat Guyana||Barsabas Ojiok Efuk Sudan||• • •|
|Kaps Robert Taban Uganda||Rashida Baka Ghana||Tahani Ahmed Abdulla Alphaki Sudan||Alexis Sompougdou Burkina Faso||• • •|
Rashida is currently working alongside Tree-aid with an organisation called PRUDA (Partnership for rural development action) in Ghana, as a Project facilitator.
Tahani is currently the Director of the Horticulture department, working with SOS Sahel within the Ministry of Agriculture.
Alexis is currently working for Tree-Aid as a Project Officer.
|Charles Noel Draga Burkina Faso||Lawrence Ebenezeri Kileo Tanzania||Papa Moussa Tall Senegal||Kennedy Kirenga Tanzania||• • •|
Charles is currently working with Tree-Aid along with SEMUS (Solidarity and Mutual Aid in the Sahel) encourages farmers to join cooperatives to optimise their yields.
Lawrence is currently working for Farm Africa as a Beekeeping Officer. Lawrence says the course is having a huge impact on his existing work and on the rural community as a whole.
Papa is currently working for G’s West Africa Farms as a Supervisor in a packing Store. The course helped Papa to increase his understanding and skills, and helped him gain practical knowledge, in crop and livestock management.
Kennedy is currently working for Farm Africa along with a company called RUDI (Rural Urban Development Initiatives) as a Project field officer.
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