Uk based charity for a children

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Garden Party raised £739.02

Posted by on Jun 7, 2019

  A huge THANK YOU to everybody who supported our Garden Party on 1 June. We raised an amazing £739.02 which will all be used to care for the orphaned and destitute children in Ghana. The next round of school and university fees will be due in August so this money is very much needed to enable us to provide the young people with the education and skills they need  to lead independent adult lives. Thank you also to our dedicated trustees and volunteers who pulled out all the...

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Annual Garden Party 1 June 2019

Posted by on Apr 7, 2019

Saturday 1 June 2019 will see our garden full of people enjoying good food, good company and raising funds for GCT.  Come along any time between 10.30 am and 3.00 pm and treat yourself to home made scones and cakes, have a go on the tombola and raffle, browse our book stall, meet our trustees and find out what our charity is all about. No admission fee and children always welcome.  The only thing we can’t guarantee is sunshine but we’ll welcome you whatever the weather. Our address...

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Great North Run 2019

Posted by on Apr 7, 2019

    We still have 3 places available for anyone who like to compete and help our charity. To reserve a place, please contact childrenstrust@yahoo.com for further information.  We will require an upfront payment of £80 to cover what the charity has paid the race organisers for the place, and we are hoping you will be able to raise a further £150 minimum in sponsorship although, of course, the more you can raise the better....

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Agnes’ story

Posted by on Apr 7, 2019

Agnes is a 25 year old woman who, thanks to the support of the Ghanaian Children’s Trust, has had her life turned around. Agnes is currently studying Disability and Rehabilitation Studies at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology in Kumasi, Ghana.  She came to King Jesus Charity Home at the age of 8, along with her two siblings, John and Mercy.  At that time life in the home was not easy.  Agnes remembers sometimes the food supplies ran out and they didn’t know where...

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How our charity has helped Moses

Posted by on Feb 26, 2019

Moses Danso-Afriyie is a young man who was born about 32 years ago in a small community known as Kwamang within the Bekwai Municipality of the Ashanti Region of Ghana.  He is a teacher by profession, who has been teaching Information and Communication Technology for the past 9 years at the Junior High School Level in Ghana. Moses was born with a disability, specifically an upper limb deformity.  Due to his disability, his family was not willing to take care of him until Moses met Pastor Kofi...

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