Posted: December 2016
If you are looking for something special for that special person, try the Karibuni shop on their website. You will find a whole range of attractive, practical handmade goods to suit all budgets. They also have a range of charity gifts to give which will make a huge difference to lives in Kenya. They range from £3 for a mosquito net, through £10 for two chickens, to £50 for a business set-up loan and beyond. To solve some of your Christmas present dilemmas, click here.
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Tony Miller MBE, on behalf of Whitechapel Mission, is concerned that in the current situation the Mission will not reap their normal harvest of tinned and dried goods from churches like ours. What is more, he understands that they may be the only Day Centre open for the homeless this coming Christmas. Read his letter, see the short video on their work and see if you can contribute via their...
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