Posted: October 2015
Can you fill a shoebox of goodies for a family or someone elderly by Friday 6th November? That is when they will be collected from our church by the Link to Hope Christian Charity established since 1991 and dedicated to rebuilding lives and communities in Eastern Europe. They support Education and Social Care projects in Romania, Moldova, Ukraine and Bulgaria. If you want to know what to put in the shoeboxes, click here or talk to Margaret Miskin Telephone: 01296 422919 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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