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Sudbury: you can help support Zawadi la Tumaini

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | Jun 18, 2014 - 10:02 AM |
The children of Zawadi La Tumaini, the Kenyan children’s home operated by Sudburian Jacqueline Villeneuve (at centre), show their appreciation for the funds Nickel City residents provided by attending “A Night in Africa,” the annual fundraiser for the home organized by Zawadi La Tumaini’s local board of directors. Suzanne Harvey and her family will be raising funds for Zawadi la Tumaini Children's Home during a barbecue fundraiser and yard sale this weekend. Supplied photo.

The children of Zawadi La Tumaini, the Kenyan children’s home operated by Sudburian Jacqueline Villeneuve (at centre), show their appreciation for the funds Nickel City residents provided by attending “A Night in Africa,” the annual fundraiser for the home organized by Zawadi La Tumaini’s local board of directors. Suzanne Harvey and her family will be raising funds for Zawadi la Tumaini Children's Home during a barbecue fundraiser and yard sale this weekend. Supplied photo.

Suzanne Harvey and her family will be raising funds for Zawadi la Tumaini Children's Home during a barbecue fundraiser and yard sale this weekend.

The event will be held June 21-22 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Lansdowne Public School at 185 Lansdowne St.

Located in Nairobi, Kenya, the children's home is funded solely by private donations and fundraisers such as these. Pictures and other information about the orphanage will also be available.

Bring gently used items to donate and be prepared to buy new treasures.

For details, contact John Harvey at 705-929-6562.

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