Charity Founder in Nanoose

TUMAINI CANADA, a registered Canadian Charity helping AIDS orphans and widows in Kagera, Tanzania, is delighted that the founder and CEO of TUMAINI will be back in Nanoose in May.   The following events are planned during her stay:

  • May 3 (starting at 5pm): Burger and beer fund-raiser.  Phone Val Davies @ 250-468-7539 for directions and to confirm attendance
  • May 4: Church service at St. Mary’s Anglican Church.  Susan will preach the sermon and give a presentation after coffee in the hall 
  • May 10 (starting at 7pm): Wine & cheese reception along with silent auction of art and other items at St. Mary’s Church hall

Dr. Wilson, a physician in Guernsey, was presented with an MBE at Buckingham Palace by Prince William on October 17, 2013 for her dedication in helping over 25,000 orphans.

There are about 200,000 orphans in the poverty-stricken area and she is passionate about helping as many as possible.

Posted on the walls of St. Mary’s church hall are photos of the clothing and blankets that the Tumaini Crafters on Vancouver Island have sent overseas.  Money has also been sent to purchase school uniforms and goats.

For more information on Tumaini, check out their website  and its links.

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