In 2015, 193 World leaders met and committed to 17 Global Goals to transform the world by 2030. But we must all play a part. We will only see leaders taking action if we make some noise and spread the word about these goals. So let’s take action and speak out! https://www.globalgoals.org/tell-everyone/ Pick a goal […]
Sponsored runs are a fantastic way of raising funds for Living Water Africa. They are fun, and a great way for keeping fit too. Supporters have been running for us for a few years now, and we’d love it if you could help us in this way. We’ve provided a selection of runs that are taking place all […]
The ‘One’ Campaign works with political leaders to raise awareness, and takes action to combat poverty and disease, particularly in Africa. They have launched a petition to put pressure upon the European Union to keep its commitments on providing foreign aid to the world’s poorest countries. With the European elections looming this week, the issue […]
On 1st February, the Turner Sims Concert Hall in Southampton played host to a showcase of local musical talent, all in aid of Living Water Africa. A packed house was treated to a stunning performance by Flautissimo (conducted by Joanna Price), before the Wimborne Chamber Orchestra (conducted by Chris Dowie) took to the stage with soloist […]
On 29th September, the Celebration Choir sang a new cantata, “Our Saviour”, written by Harry Brockway and Gary Turner. The Celebration Choir – Harry Brockway far left and Gary Turner far right. View larger image This performance in Salisbury marked Harry’s 70th birthday and raised a cracking £718. Cheers! I have always been very thankful […]
A huge thanks to class 5 who have been fundraising with all their might. Special thanks to Ella Fletcher, who wrote us a special poem.
On the 19th July, Alex and almost thirty others undertook the Three Peaks Challenge. This involves climbing the three tallest summits of Great Britain – Ben Nevis (4,408 feet), Scafell Pike (3,209ft) and Snowdon (3,560 feet) – in the space of twenty-four hours. We all tackled Ben Nevis in good time, the heat was intense, but […]
Hats off to Anjelica, James, Mike and Heather who ran the Great South Run on 27th October.
The well has now been finished in Kamakumba, serving the village and new health clinic there. Many thanks to our partners from Hythe URC who ran this project. And of course, thanks to YOU for making this happen! Your generosity is changing lives.