Happy New Year then village deliveries of mosquito nets! Need your help please!

New Years Eve on the Nile celebrating with wonderful Ugandan friends who have been there for me since my early days in Uganda. This will be followed by three weeks delivering mosquito nets in outlying villages. I’m looking forward to both! Earlier this year my young friends Innocent and Paul helped me deliver several hundred nets to bring the number up to 1000 nets delivered since October 2017, and with a donation of 11 nets Jackie Gallagher started us on the second thousand before I returned to the UK in March. Since then donations have been coming in slowly reaching 357 nets. Not a bad start but please will you help me provide more so more people are protected from this terrible deadly disease? I’m hoping to deliver 500 during my months stay in Uganda. How about making a mosquito net an ‘alternative’ Christmas gift for someone this year? They will receive a personalised photo of the receiver of their net and you will have the satisfaction of knowing that your gift will definitely be helping to protect someone from being bitten by the Malarian mosquito and suffering the most awful symptoms of the disease and even saving a life. £5 can make such a difference to someone’s life, it’s as simple as that! Please get in touch if you are able to help me make a life in Uganda a little happier. Hope to hear from you soon. X
Thank you to all who have donated by letting me look after your dogs and cats, or given me items to sell on local Fb sites, each raising money for mosquito nets, and those who have made a straight donation which includes Poynton Rotary Club. You are all so wonderful!

 

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