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Volunteer News September 2015

Find out the latest news from African Adventures in our September Volunteer Newsletter with a project focus, fundraising spotlight, meet Monika from the team and explore our new website!

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Welcome to our new website!

The team has been working round the clock over the past few months to provide our visitors with a new, enjoyable, informative online experience. Happy exploring and let us know...

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Regular Giving – Continue to be part of the change you started

Donate just £3 a month through Virgin Money Giving to the project you volunteered with and we will send you monthly email updates on the project's progess! #regulargiving

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Lutterworth College volunteer in Kenya

Today was pretty much the epitome of why we are here. So many emotional ups and downs and experiences that will stay with us for a very long time.

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St Trizah’s – Saints Foundation

A passionate rendition of the "When The Saints Go Marching In" by the children at St Trizah's School

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Make a Change Appeal

Just £3 a month could help us ensure children are healthy enough to stay in school. Be part of the change you started. Click the image to give regularly via...

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Dan’s Blog – June 2015

Derby County Community Trust, West Ham United Foundation, Aston Villa in the Community, Burton Albion Community Trust and Nottingham Forest in the Community took 80 supporters

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Volunteer Newsletter – June 2015

This month, charity challenge volunteers have been working hard at our projects in Ghana and Kenya and we focus on St. Trizah's new site which overlooks Lake Nakuru National Park

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Dan’s Blog – May 2015

This month, we welcomed scores of football fans to our project bases in Ghana and Kenya as we kicked off our close-season volunteer programme

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Foundation Newsletter May 2015

Each month, projects submit their most pressing needs to us. We then work hard to fundraise and make sure there is enough in the African Adventures Foundation to help

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