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Jim’s progress

Slow but steady progress continuing and virtually on the Springhill Road, Dollingstown on way to Magheralin and then onto Moira. A long road ahead. Thanks

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Big thanks!

Well done Darren Percy in completing the Larne Half Marathon today – raising well over £1,000 for Charlene’s Project. Thanks Darren and everyone who supported

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Jim gets on his bike!

Charlene’s Poppa, at 95 years, has started his fundraiser to support Charlene’s Project and help children in Uganda. He is virtually cycling 1-2km per day

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Jim’s progress

Slow but steady progress continuing and virtually on the Springhill Road, Dollingstown on way to Magheralin and then onto Moira. A long road ahead. Thanks

Read More »

Big thanks!

Well done Darren Percy in completing the Larne Half Marathon today – raising well over £1,000 for Charlene’s Project. Thanks Darren and everyone who supported

Read More »

Jim gets on his bike!

Charlene’s Poppa, at 95 years, has started his fundraiser to support Charlene’s Project and help children in Uganda. He is virtually cycling 1-2km per day

Read More »

Jim’s progress

Slow but steady progress continuing and virtually on the Springhill Road, Dollingstown on way to Magheralin and then onto Moira. A long road ahead. Thanks

Big thanks!

Well done Darren Percy in completing the Larne Half Marathon today – raising well over £1,000 for Charlene’s Project. Thanks Darren and everyone who supported

Charlene’s Project research Findings

Findings from recent Charlene’s Project research in rural Ugandan Primary Schools: 1. Strategic Challenges: The head teachers, teachers and senior management (129 responses) identified the

Jim gets on his bike!

Charlene’s Poppa, at 95 years, has started his fundraiser to support Charlene’s Project and help children in Uganda. He is virtually cycling 1-2km per day

Home learning during Covid

With schools closed again in Uganda due to COVID we are so thankful for supporters here and wonderful colleagues in Uganda who have been ensuring

2021 MOIRA SURGERY UGANDA CHALLENGE

  2 teams from Moira Surgery are virtually walking/running/cycling from Dollingstown to Uganda to raise money to help build a Secondary School in Uganda through Charlene’s Project.

Guatemala Villages Food Fundraiser

2 weeks ago we felt compelled to organise a fundraiser for the villagers of Vado Ancho and Las Escaleras, Guatemala who had indicated by putting

Jim’s progress

Slow but steady progress continuing and virtually on the Springhill Road, Dollingstown on way to Magheralin and then onto Moira. A long road ahead. Thanks

Big thanks!

Well done Darren Percy in completing the Larne Half Marathon today – raising well over £1,000 for Charlene’s Project. Thanks Darren and everyone who supported

Charlene’s Project research Findings

Findings from recent Charlene’s Project research in rural Ugandan Primary Schools: 1. Strategic Challenges: The head teachers, teachers and senior management (129 responses) identified the

Jim gets on his bike!

Charlene’s Poppa, at 95 years, has started his fundraiser to support Charlene’s Project and help children in Uganda. He is virtually cycling 1-2km per day

Home learning during Covid

With schools closed again in Uganda due to COVID we are so thankful for supporters here and wonderful colleagues in Uganda who have been ensuring

2021 MOIRA SURGERY UGANDA CHALLENGE

  2 teams from Moira Surgery are virtually walking/running/cycling from Dollingstown to Uganda to raise money to help build a Secondary School in Uganda through Charlene’s Project.

Guatemala Villages Food Fundraiser

2 weeks ago we felt compelled to organise a fundraiser for the villagers of Vado Ancho and Las Escaleras, Guatemala who had indicated by putting

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