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In Loving Memory of Guinevere Ventress

Thank you for visiting the page in Loving Memory of Guinevere Ventress. Born in KwaZulu Natal in March 1925, she lived much of her life in that province of South Africa. This formed the basis of the connection with GAGA UK, which supports grassroots projects working in the Valley of 1000 Hills near Kloof where Guinevere lived for many years.

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Leave a lasting legacy that will continue to change lives and strengthen communities for generations to come. "We can change the world and make it a better place. It is in your hands to make a difference" Nelson Mandela

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Stitching the Global Community Together

Our Remembering Tree project has been featured in the Church Times in an article about yarnbombing and it's growing significance in urban landscapes and fundraising. 2022 sees the 10th year of GAGA UK Yarnbombing in Stratford upon Avon so we couldn't be happier to receive publicity like this!

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Spring 22 GAGAzette

With the current turmoil in the Ukraine our hearts go out to all the innocent people caught up in this conflict. At the same time, we try to focus on the ongoing needs that are out of the headlines but remain nonetheless. The first few months of 2022 have been the usual melange of outward facing activities and internal governance tasks here at GAGA HQ!

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Our impact in 2021/22

52

Primary pupils taught by a GAGA funded teacher in Tanzania

931

Baby Clinic appointments funded 1000 Hills Primary Healthcare Clinic 

20

Students supported through Higher Education in South Africa

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