Our fundraisers havetaken part in fun runs all around the country, from the North Wales Half Marathon to the Great South Run. If you run for Living Water Africa, we’ll be delighted to reimburse your entrance fee when you raise more than it costs. Read the blog for details of runs near you!
South Circular Walk
Our treasurer John is on a never-ending walk round the south of England, whimsically titled the South Circular walk, and is looking for your sponsorship. In return for your cash, you get some wholesome entertainment from a blog he’s writing on experiences of the walk.
If you’re moved to give, online donation through MyDonate is the most cost-effective channel for us.Donate now
Total Raised: £2,822
On 8th November 2014, Living Water Africa hosted our second Come and Sing Event With Bob Chilcott. Around 80 enthusiastic singers joined us for a day for rehearsing and performing Bob Chilcott’s ‘On Christmas Night’ and a selection of Christmas carols.
Total Raised: £1,300
On 1st February, a packed house at the Turner Sims Concert Hall heard works by Delibes and Mozart before the talented young pianist Sam Hanson took to the stage to perform Rachmaninov’s 3rd Piano Concerto. Read the blog for more details.
Total Raised: £931.38
Concert From The New World
On 23rd November, the Charity Symphony Orchestra lived up to their exceptional high standards, playing music by Smetana, Copland and Dvorak and kindly donating a portion of the proceeds to Living Water Africa.
Total Raised: £234.65
On 29th September, the Celebration Choir sang a new cantata, “Our Saviour”, written by Harry Brockway and Gary Turner. Read the blog for more details.
Total Raised: Over £700
Living Water Africa entered runners in the 2012 and 2013 Great South Runs, which were held in late October over 10 miles on the flat lands of Southsea, just outside Portsmouth.
Total Raised: £2,600
In November 2012, 130 singers gathered in Salisbury for a Come and Sing day with composer and patron Bob Chilcott. Bob’s Requiem, dedicated to Samantha Verschueren, was rehearsed then performed to a small but enthusiastic audience.
Total Raised: Over £2,000