16 surreylive.news NEWS & MAIL WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 2020 YOUR COMMUNITY NEWS Can you offer Mr Darcy a new home? James Kennedy is running 500km to raise £1,500 for EduLife MOGGY MATCHMAKERS Are you a match for Mr Darcy? MR Darcy is an adorable, mature gentleman looking for an indoor home to retire to. He has had his teeth cleaned, his nails trimmed, his fur brushed, and is all spruced up, ready to go. He is approximately 13 and has tested positive for FIV, which means he must have an indoor- only home. He is lovely natured, friendly and playful, although he is partial to regular naps as well. He would make someone a wonderful companion, preferably in a quiet home where he can get lots of attention. He has early stage renal issues, which is not unusual in a cat of his age, but it is controlled by a renal diet and blood tests, so his new owner will need to make sure this is maintained. Could you be Mr Darcy’s perfect companion? If you are, go to www. cats.org.uk/farnham/adopt-a-cat, call 01252 334 644 or email email@example.com ‘It’s kept us going’ - care home says thanks for support James goes on the run to help young people in Zambia A UNIVERSITY graduate is running 5km every day for 100 days in a bid to raise £1,500 for a charity helping to empower young people in Zambia. James Kennedy from Church Crookham started his fundraising challenge three weeks ago to raise money and awareness for EduLife, a charity he knows well after seeing how the work they do can benefit disadvantaged children following a trip to Zambia as a student at Salesian College in Farnborough. The 21-year-old said: “Edulife UK is a fantastic charity that has been extremely close to me for so many years. “In 2016 I travelled to Mazabuka, Zambia to take part in multiple programmes for disadvantaged children in the City of Joy.” James, who was able to raise awareness for the charity as vicepresident of the University of Birmingham Rugby Union Club, added: “Since then I have been attempting to raise money for a specific scholarship program that allows children of Zambia to receive funding for their education - this program is funded by EdulifeUK. “I decided to run 5km every day for 100 days to attempt to reach my goal of raising £,1500.” James has currently raised over £600. To donate, visit Virgin Money Giving and search James Kennedy. all these kind words and appreciation from family members really helped the team to feel valued and supported, everything that has been done and given to us has been very much appreciated by us all”. “Every single thought, message and gesture has helped to raise the spirits of our fantastic team and has brightened the days of residents missing their families. “It really has kept going. “On behalf of everyone at Whitebourne, thank you so much.” School and Tomlinscote School. Whether it’s baking for a resident’s birthday or keeping the morale up through creative activities, team members at Whitebourne have also been praised for their unwavering dedication and relentless efforts over the past few months. Home manager Francis Bosompim said: “We are incredibly grateful to everyone who has supported us over the past couple of months, whether that be through volunteering, sending tokens of appreciation, or just sending kind words via video link or telephone A CARE home in Hampshire has expressed its gratitude towards those who have gone the extra mile to support residents throughout the coronavirus pandemic. Care UK’s Whitebourne in Frimley in Hampshire thanked those who have helped over the past few months, from members of the community to team members. Whitebourne was inundated with support, receiving special treats from the team, including pizzas from family members, baskets of fruits, donations from the local Marks & Spencer, Ravenscote Junior everyone PRINTED AND DISTRIBUTED BY PRESSREADER PressReader.com +1 604 278 4604 . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY ORIGINAL COPY COPYRIGHT AND PROTECTED BY APPLICABLE LAW
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