The Belfast has carried an interview with David and Dickie on the 5th June 2015 to mark the launch of ‘Chosen‘, the first hand account of Charlene’s life and legacy written by Charlene’s brother, David Barr.
Charlene’s Project started in 2010 because a girl limited by so much refused to be defined by what she could not do. One decade later Charlene’s Project continues to work creating better futures for thousands of children around the world.
Thank you to Richhill Methodist Church for your amazing contribution to improving health at Diika Health Centre. The new waste disposal unit and incinerator are in place totally as a result of your efforts. God bless you all for making such a difference in the lives of the community CP is trying to help. ... See MoreSee Less
A Waringstown man is proving that age is just a number as he is currently completing a life cycle from the comfort of his own home to raise funds for charity. Jim Copeland, who is 95-years-old, will b...