Project Africa - Fundraising & TPAG

Donkey Derby 1st June

A rather wet day had by all, even with the weather.  Congratulations to those of you who attended as we have managed to raise £146 from the Stocks and a further £120 from the Bottle Tombola.  We are finally off and running! - Photos on Facebook page.

Sam and Tom have organised a Quiz Evening on September 27th at HQ - 
Quiz Evening Flyer  

Brilliant effort guys - a packed HQ on the night (we ran out of chairs!!)
A well put together evening that entertained for nearly 3 hours, raising close on £400 in to the bargain.

Details of forthcoming Events:

If you are thinking about a sponsored walk - then the 3 Towers Hike is being run on Saturday April 11th, 2015. This is a well publicised and major event with a good profile. Teams of 3 or 4 may enter and has been a good fund raising event when done as a sponsored walk. The event is accepting entries from 1st November, 2014, so if you wish to take part, sort out your team and let Purp know the details as soon as possible to get entries in place (spaces are limited on this event). More details about the route and past events can be found here : 3 Towers Hike


A little taster of this years Donkey Derby - Thanks Katie :)
(See the Video Here!)

We have set ourselves a reasonably ambitious target of £20,000 to raise between now and July next year.

That works out at about £95 per person per month, although you are more than free to raise more than that for yourselves.  That is what we as a collective will try to raise.

Over the coming months there will be ample opportunities for all participants to "Bank" some fundraising.

Obviously the more events you can attend, the more you will raise!

I have chosen for now the above logo, and TPAG as the name (Twyford Project Africa Group)  If you don't like either, please feel free to come up with your own, and we can decide on the winner!!

Democracy in action eh?

But for now, please see the inaugural Newsletter for TPAG (Imaginatively called TPAG News)

Nakutakia siku njema!

Phil Hayes,
3 Jun 2014, 10:02