Our Mission

Generating growth for African children and communities devastated by HIV-AIDS and poverty, through the goodwill of people in the UK and elsewhere

News Archive - March - 2014

We've Moved

We've Moved

We have moved! After ten long, happy and productive years we have left Marriage Hill Farm and at the generosity of Ann and Brian. We have not gone far and we have been gifted the use of office space, for free, by Big Red Recruitment on the out skirts of Stratford upon Avon.

Although the bulk of the move has now taken place we are still straddling two sites and Ann Smith our long serving treasurer and trustee is still very much involved.

Our new address is:

50 Cygnet Court,

Timothy’s Bridge Road,

Stratford upon Avon,

Warks,

CV37 9NW

We are currently contactable on 01789 414 088 but will soon have our old number working again, also.

A further update will come out after Charlie gets back from his visit to South Africa. 

The rapid work rate of Sierra Leone builders

The rapid work rate of Sierra Leone builders

Here is the latest from Alan and the Sierra Leone project. Amazing what is being achieved and only by manual labour!

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Charlie soon to visit projects in RSA

Charlie soon to visit projects in RSA

Charlie will be making his biannual trip to South Africa at the beginning of April. He will be meeting with existing and new projects looking for further collaboration and due diligence of monies which have been used from GAGA funds. As usual he will be writing a blog. More details of that will follow shortly. 

A busy month for GAGA talks

A busy month for GAGA talks

Charlie has given a number of talks to WI’s this month. On Monday 10th Charlie spoke to the members of Hagley Afternoon WI. The members had had a collection of toys for Charlie to take to RSA on his next visit and gave extremely generously in a collection after his 45 minute talk. In all, with the speaker fee which is also donated a total of £142.26.

The following day Charlie was talking to Hanley Swan WI in the shadows of the Malvern Hills. The members were very welcoming and interested to find out more after Charlie had finished speaking. They also gave very generously and the talk raised another £128.75.

Charlie would happily come and speak at your club or organisation and talk for 10 minutes to 1 hour about GAGA work (longer if you let him!) send him an email if you would like to know more.  

Lent Lunch

Lent Lunch

Charlie gave the Lent Lunch talk to the congregation of Lighthorn, Warwickshire during their meal on the 5th March. The talk was well received and a collection was held for the benefit of GAGA’s work. 

A wonderful letter of thanks

A wonderful letter of thanks

Recently we gave funds to Hillcrest AIDS centre to train one of their Home Based Care Workers to become a nurse. We just got a wonderful leter from Nokuphila thanking us for the opportunity. 

Nokuphila's letter

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