We are are indebted to the individuals, charities and corporate organisations who every year support our projects with donations and fundraising activities. Without this generosity and belief in what P.A.P. is doing we would be unable to help the thousands of people in need in Kenya. There are so many we could not possible name them all but here are a couple of special mentions
Thankyou to the Rotary Club of Lincoln Colonia, since Laura started her regular trips to Kenya they have consistently given their support – both financial and encouragement.
Thankyou to the individuals who have sponsored over a number of years our children in the Kisii Childrens Home. We have three children there now and they are all doing incredibly well thanks to PAP being able to pay for their places in the childrens home, and their education.
If you would like to fundraise for P.A.P. – click below to setup an online fundrasiing page.
Patchworking Against Poverty is committed to following the Code of Fundraising Practice published by the Fundraising Regulator. Any compliant regarding fundraising or donations should be sent by email Patchworking_against_poverty@yahoo.co.uk.
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Anyone can now donate to P.A.P. through Virgin Money Giving or PayPal Donate. See links at the foot of our website pages. Don’t forget the tick teh Gift Aid box !. Thankyou.
Corporate sponsors are welcome – below is a list of the estimated costs for the main elements of the 2017 medical camp operation. Obviously some of these can be further broken down to match any donation. Just contact us.
Kisii Medical Camp 2017 – estimated operational costs
Wages (local Drs, dentist, pharmacist, nurses, opticians)
Cataract operations (incl patient transport) x 20
Diagnostic tests (eg HIV, Malaria etc)
Tents and chairs – rental for 7 days
Medical consumables (needles, syringes, dressings)
Note transport, staff and volunteer food etc are funded from the support costs for the camp (through volunteer donations and is separate from the above operational costs)