Geoff and Karen's European Apron Odyssey

 
$620 raised
31%
GOAL $2,000
6 donations
 
since Mar 2014
 
 

Recently Geoff and I were given 2 APRONS4ACTION aprons and a challenge.... to come up with a way to use our aprons to help raise awareness and funds for community health, education, farming and income generating projects in Erampatti, the village where Shalom is located in Southern India.

As our apron challenge, we've decided to take "The Boys" and "Peggy" with us while we travel around Europe on a long overdue holiday to celebrate our 50th Birthdays and 25 wedding anniversary. While we travel, we're going to take as many photos as we can of us and other people, wearing "Peggy" and "The Boys" in famous European locations. We'll be posting these photos on our facebook pages and the aprons4action facebook page www.facebook.com/aprons4action

HOW CAN YOU HELP?
If you'd like to help us take action against poverty in Erampatti village, you can make a donation by clicking on the button above. Even a small donation can help make a big difference in the lives of the people of Erampatti.

We hope you enjoy watching where our aprons go, who they meet and what they end up doing on "Geoff and Karen's European Apron Odyssey".


Geoff and Karen

"The Boys" and "Peggy" are just two of the 250+ APRONS4ACTION aprons that are travelling on journeys to help raise awareness and funds for Shaloms projects in India.

To find out more about APRONS4ACTION visit www.aprons4action.org.au To find out more about the projects we're raising funds for, visit www.shalomhomeindia.org

Funds raised will be directed to Global Development Group Project J514 Shalom Community Development Projects Stage 2 www.globaldevelopment.org.au












$620 raised
31%
GOAL $2,000
6 donations
 
since Mar 2014
 
Fundraising for
Shalom Community Development for Shalom Community Development
Shalom Community Development Projects is a holistic care and community development project situated in Erampatti Village in Madurai, a district in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu. The village has approximately 1000 families with limited water supply and has no medical facilities.

About fundraiser
Karen Hales
QLD
 
 

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