Month: November 2014


Nov
Dining for Women To Support RIPPLE Africa’s Changu Changu Moto Project
We are delighted to announce that RIPPLE Africa has secured funding for the Changu Changu Moto fuel-efficient cookstove project from Dining for Women, an American non-profit giving circle dedicated to empowering women and girls living in extreme poverty. Dining for Women’s tagline is, “Changing the world one dinner at...
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Nov
1950s Dinner Dance Raises £2,000 for RIPPLE Africa
Vicki Moroney, a previous RIPPLE Africa volunteer, organised a 1950s themed dinner dance at Aspers Casino in Northampton on Saturday 22 November. The evening was a huge success with 140 people all dressed up and ready to party! They were raising money for RIPPLE Africa and a community interest...
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Nov
Twelve Weeks of Christmas – Week 9
Welcome to the ninth week of our 12 Weeks of Christmas stories. If you want to make a difference to people’s lives in Malawi, why don’t you buy a Christmas gift from our Christmas Gift Catalogue. Your gift of £90 will help us buy 7,500 bricks to use for...
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Nov
RIPPLE Africa’s Winter Newsletter 2014 – Hot Off the Press!
To get you in the mood for Christmas, we’ve just finished RIPPLE Africa’s Winter Newsletter 2014 for you to download and read. It’s got news about our Christmas Gift Catalogue, as well as stories from our projects in Malawi, letters from two of the RIPPLE Africa team in Malawi...
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Nov
Twelve Weeks of Christmas – Week 8
Welcome to the eighth week of our 12 Weeks of Christmas stories. If you want to make a difference to people’s lives in Malawi, why don’t you buy a Christmas gift from our Christmas Gift Catalogue. A gift of £60 could pay for a child just like Annie to...
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Nov
Twelve Weeks of Christmas – Week 7
Welcome to the seventh week of our 12 Weeks of Christmas stories. If you want to make a difference to people’s lives in Malawi, why don’t you buy a Christmas gift from our Christmas Gift Catalogue. A gift of £50 could provide two desks for children in a Malawian...
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