Film Night Fundraiser

On 22nd  August we are holding a film night at The Little Theatre in Nairn…..Showing ‘The Gods must be crazy’.Tickets are available on the door.

Early August we will be having another ragbag collection.. the last one in June raised £246 to wards the school build.

The Ceilidh in June raised £300 towards the School build. Many thanks for your support :-)

Fundraising Ceilidh

We will be holding a fundraising Ceilidh on Saturday 27th June at the Mosset Tavern in Forres. 8 pm – Midnight, £10 & Stovies included.
Look forward to seeing you there. x

November 2014

November 2014 saw 10 Volunteers completing many projects in Gambia and delivering equipment… Thank you for all the support everybody x

Sponsorship….

If anybody is wanting to sponsor school year 16/17 we are needing two more sponsors.

It is £150 per year or £12.50 a month. Please e-mail for more information.

Tailoring Centre

We have recently donated £250 for the cement to help with the build of the tailoring centre. March 2014 we are returning to Genieri village with sewing machines and tailoring equipment which has been kindly donated.

skills-centre

Many thanks to all who supported this project.

Containers…

Seven suitcases are on their way down the Atlantic to Gambia, filled with clothing, shoes and books. Should be arriving anytime!

The next shared container is due to set sail at the end of February and will be delivering 10 sewing machines to set up a skills centre….

Coffee Mornings..

We have four planned coffee mornings at the British Legion in Nairn, Scotland.

  • February 8th
  • February 22nd
  • March 29th
  • May 3rd

Hope to see some of you there- home bakes, raffle & information sharing :-)

Funding from The Gambia Experience

Great News– The Indigo project were donated £400 and two flights to The Gambia by Gambia Experience.
We applied for this funding in November 2012 and were chosen as a charity supporting preventative healthcare in The Gambia.

Thank you Gambia Experience.

April 2013 – One hundred twenty mosquito nets were delivered to Generie village before the rainy season.