Insane Terrain – go team Mashi!

By | February 9, 2018

We have 6 people so far who are taking part in an event called Insane Terrain in June.  The event is a 5k run with obstacles along the way, lots of mud and water too.

The team are doing this to raise some funds for Mashi which will enable us to provide a little more for each child and potentially sponsor another to go to school.

We are very grateful for their support. If you would like to support them on this venture by making a donation please follow this link

 

https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/Team/TeamMashi

Happy Christmas

By | December 14, 2017

We would like to wish all our children, families, sponsors and supporters a very Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year.

 

Thank you for all of your continued support and commitment, it is very much appreciated x

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Sad news of our former trustee

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It is with great sadness that I share the news that Steve Griffiths passed away.  He was an integral part of the setting up of the charity and was heavily involved in the planning of projects and fundraising.  He stepped down from being a trustee as he moved away from the area.  We were all very saddened to hear he passed away.

We are very grateful for all of his hard work and commitment he showed to the charity.  Our thoughts and best wishes go to his family and friends.

Help for Cynthia

By | April 3, 2017

We have been contacted by our volunteer in Patate about a little girl who needs our help.

Cynthia suffers from tonic-clonic epileptic seizures where she loses consciousness suddenly.  This is followed by stiffness in her hands and legs.

She is currently in hospital and her family have no money to pay for any treatment or the therapy she desperately needs.

If you feel you could help in any way, please click on the donate tab to make a donation to her medical care. Thank you,

 

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Merry Christmas….Feliz Navidad

By | December 14, 2016

At the end of another year, we look back fondly on the achievements of all the children we have supported.  We are very proud that they have continued to attend school, enjoying their time in education and so keen to learn.

We really hope to be able to continue this into 2017.

Thank you to everyone who has been involved in the charity in some way this year, we wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

 

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A new academic year starts….

By | November 24, 2016

All our children have started back at school this academic year thanks to their sponsors who have continued to support them financially.

We are very grateful to this continued commitment as our children are thriving and progressing so much in school.  They love being there and are so keen to learn all they can.

We are very proud of their achievements both academically and personally and look forward to catching up with them throughout the year.

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Here are Sami and Nicol who have been supported for a number of years by their sponsors.

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Ruth has also been sponsored and continues to attend school

 

Rebecca Winder Fine Jewellery

By | September 19, 2016

We were recently contacted by Rebecca Winder to see if she could support the charity by donating from sales of one of her collections, using resources that are ethically and socially responsible.  She has an amazing talent to produce beautiful jewellery that ‘doesn’t cost the earth’.

Check out her website for more details of all products available as well as those that are part of the Mashi Collection.

 

http://www.rebeccawinder.co.uk

Estefania graduates

By | September 7, 2016

Thanks to our lovely sponsors, Estefania has successfully graduated from school, despite suffering from severe rheumatoid arthritis.  We are very proud of her and her achievements and hope she goes on to fulfill her potential and her dreams.

 

Closure of the nursery

By | May 18, 2016

Sadly the nursery closed at the end of April.  It was agreed that all the equipment from the building would be distributed to the families including cots, tables, chairs, toiletries.

We really hope that in the near future we will have raised the £7000 to reopen.  These are the running costs for a year and we will be working hard to raise the funds to enable the nursery to continue in this community.

Thank you to everyone who has supported the nursery to date, without you it wouldn’t have been possible.

Updates from Jorge, our volunteer in Ecuador

By | May 3, 2016

 

Jorge is our main man in Patate who oversees the running of our nursery project.  He is also a fireman in the village.  He went, with his fire service to Perdanales, the epicentre of the earthquake.

Him and his team were there to support the rescue of many people who had been trapped under buildings and rubble.  They were successful in their mission.  Unfortunately, Jorge was himself injured and had to return home but not before he had been instrumental in the recovery mission.

We wish him and his team well and send all of our love.

 

 

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