The Action4Schools supported concert, presenting Nathan Payas & Friends raised over £5,000 recently to go towards the ‘ebola orphans appeal’. The total raised for the appeal since early December 2014 in over £17,000, with funds being used to build a home for orphans who have lost their parents to ebola in Sierra Leone with the charity’s partners, Heaven Homes UK.
Parishioners at St Bernard's Church raised funds for the local charity "Action4Schools-Sierra Leone" by hosting a Nativity play.
A teacher and a prison officer are set to cycle over 2,000km from London to Gibraltar this summer to raise money for charity.
Simon Morgan, a teacher at Sacred Heart Middle School, and Mark Cooper (aka ‘Coops’), a Hospital Officer at HMP Windmill Hill, will set off on the 4th July on a gruelling 14 day cycle across France and Spain. They aim to finish on the 18th July at Casemates Square.
GHA obstetrician/gynaecologist, Dr. Iola Williams will be volunteering in the Luwero District of Central Uganda as a member of ‘Care for Uganda’, a small charity that aims to raise the standards of maternal health in the country.
HQBF Corporal Chris Royale recently became a volunteer for the Gibraltar Cancer Relief Centre, where he will carry out gardening and general maintenance tasks. He arrived in Gibraltar last November, looking for a charity he felt passionate about.