Helping disable children in Togo, Project Oct 19

by Katarzyna Suchanek in Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom

Helping disable children in Togo, Project Oct 19
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On 15th September 2019 we successfully raised £120 with 9 supporters in 28 days

The aim of this project is to raise money for children with learning difficulties and autism in Togo.

by Katarzyna Suchanek in Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom

The aim of our charity is to support children with learning difficulties and children on the autism spectrum, who live in Togo, western Africa. 

We have decided to found a PFC-Togo (Peter's Family for Children) charity to raise some money for children with learning disabilities, to support their education, provide food, clothing and basic healthcare. 

Our first project will  be run in October 2019 and will be focusing on raising funds to providing food, clothing and school stationary to children who need it most. The food will be donated to orphanage and children from disadvantaged families.

This is just the beginning of our charity work, we have more ideas on how we can support less privileged children in Togo and we will be posting regular updates on our PFC Togo Facebook.

This project is very close to our hearts and every help is much appreciated. 

Make a positive difference in lives of many. 

Thank you for all your support.

Please like and share this link and also follow PFC Togo Facebook page for more updates and photos.

Charity Facebook page in link below -

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