Ireland-Ghana Children’s Project: get ready

Nuala Quinn is one amazing woman.

Her friend and mine (stylist extraordinaire), Maria Faulder, has been keeping me up to speed on the progress of an incredible little project of Nuala’s, in Ghana, which is totally Nuala’s initiative and one that we’ve jumped on board to support.

The Ireland-Ghana Children’s Project is a non-profit, volunteer organisation between Ireland and Ashaiman, a township outside Tema, Ghana. It aims to build a new school, church and children’s clinic (the building has begun!)

You can help!

On the Sunshine Coast, Maria is organising a Mt Coolum Climb for July 1st. She wants to raise $3000. How can you help? You can climb with us or sponsor the climb. You can tell all your friends and use social media to share the Facebook page and the details of the event to help us build momentum.

If you’re anywhere else, you can jump on the website and donate a brick or volunteer to work ON SITE in Ghana!

It’s often a person or a personal reason that motivates us to help somebody outside of our own community. If this sounds like a cause that touches your heart, please join Nuala, Maria and a host of cross-continental friends to help raise funds that will go directly to supporting the development of infrastructure in Tema, for the benefit of the children and their community there.

For more info check out the Facebook page and Nuala’s blog

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