A yummy event
WE would like to thank everyone who supported and enjoyed the Eat all you Can charity dinner held at the Yumi Yumi Chinese Restaurant, Eynesbury, in aid of Spring of Hope . As a result of the dinner and previous fund-raising events, a cheque for £780 w
WE would like to thank everyone who supported and enjoyed the 'Eat all you Can' charity dinner held at the Yumi Yumi Chinese Restaurant, Eynesbury, in aid of "Spring of Hope".
As a result of the dinner and previous fund-raising events, a cheque for £780 was presented to local girl Teresha Clarke, who spearheads the charity in Uganda. Further fund-raising at the end of the evening raised another £78, and the proprietors of the Yumi Yumi Restaurant further supported the event with a generous donation to the charity of an additional £120.
The aims of Spring of Hope are to enable disabled children in Uganda to have help, support and a better quality of life. The charity and the children will directly benefit from every penny.
Further information about Spring of Hope is at www.springofhope.org.uk.
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