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Tumaini Supporters
Tumaini Supporters

I would like to ask for your help on Saturday 10th October which will be a flag day for the Tumaini Fund. Unfortunately, we are unable to operate from any M&S Store or B&Q on that Saturday. Because of this they have kindly given us another day which is Saturday 12th December. If you are […]

Tumaini Charity Variety Concert - 10th Oct - 7:15pm - Spurgeon Baptist Church, North Clifton
Tumaini Charity Variety Concert – 10th Oct – 7:15pm – Spurgeon Baptist Church, North Clifton

Tumaini Charity Variety Concert on Saturday 10th October at 7:15pm at Spurgeon Baptist Church, North Clifton. Featuring The Swinging Statins, Singing from the Heart, Sam & Matilda Cole, Vic Richer, Zara Smart. Free Admission! Refreshments! Parking at Elizabeth College Information contact – Vic Richer Tel: 722004 / E-mail: vic.richer@gmail.com Generous donations appreciated!

International Peace Day Annual Service - 21st Sept - 7:00pm - St Pierre du Bois Church
International Peace Day Annual Service – 21st Sept – 7:00pm – St Pierre du Bois Church

International Peace Day Annual Service on Monday 21st September commencing at 7:00pm in the Church of St Pierre du Bois. Bel Canto and Festiva under its new Director Jose Paine will form the basis of the varied programme, together with children from La Hougette  School. Mr Richard McMahon, Dame Mary Perkins and Dr Nicola Brink will […]

Tumaini Charity Variety Concert - 15th June - 7:15pm - Spurgeon Baptist Church
Tumaini Charity Variety Concert – 15th June – 7:15pm – Spurgeon Baptist Church

Tumaini Charity Variety Concert on Saturday 15th June 2019 at 7.15pm at Spurgeon Baptist Church, North Clifton. Featuring Guernsey Welsh Male Voice Choir and many more… Free Admission! Refreshments served. Generous donations appreciated. Parking at Elizabeth College by kind permission. For more information contact Vic Richer – Tel: 722004 / E-mail: vic.richer@gmail.com

Retiring Collection - WINGS
Retiring Collection – WINGS

The retiring collection next weekend is for WINGS. You may remember we were able to support the little Catholic hospital of Christ the King in Tanzania after schoolchildren were killed and injured by a hand grenade. The Tumaini fund has asked if we can help the hospital again as they are struggling to keep the […]

WINGS Collection
WINGS Collection

WINGS collection on 26th August: Over the past year your generosity has allowed WINGS to make the following donations: Cafod Emergency appeal re Rohinga – £150 Wayaya – £250 Friends of Katete – £250 Tumaini Fund – £1886 / £500, (special collection for hospital treating children injured by hand grenade) Don Bosco Missions £450. The next […]

The Tumaini Fund - Help Needed
The Tumaini Fund – Help Needed

The Tumaini Fund has been supporting the HIV/AIDS widows and orphans of Kagera, Tanzania since 2003. Tumaini is in desperate need of three containers to transport the much-needed aid items collected by local people in Guernsey. Each container costs £1,500-£2,000. If you can help in any way please contact Mary Herve – Tel: 07781 163420 […]

Tumaini Charity Concert - 1st June - 7.00pm - Spurgeon Baptist Church
Tumaini Charity Concert – 1st June – 7.00pm – Spurgeon Baptist Church

Tumaini Charity Concert 1st June at 7.00pm at Spurgeon Baptist Church A variety of entertainment, including The Accidentals. Free Entrance, refreshments available with all donations gratefully received.  

Retiring Collection - WINGS
Retiring Collection – WINGS

The retiring collection next weekend is for WINGS. Dr Susan Wilson has recently returned from Tanzania where she went to Christ the King hospital in Rulenge and met the medical staff who treated the children injured by a hand grenade. She also met with the young boy who lost an eye and has pins in […]

WINGS Update
WINGS Update

A Tumaini representative in Tanzania recently presented Christ the King Hospital, Rulenge with a cheque for 6 million Tz shillings about £2143.tha This will cover the cost of the treatment of the injured children who are mostly able to now return to school. Two children have been referred to city hospitals for further treatment, one […]