Helping to create a better future
CHARITY: Zimbabwean Dorothy Dix, who gave a talk recently at Jordans Rotary Club, seen here with children from one of the projects she supports A ZIMBABWEAN single mother received woman who founded an from Rotary African education International’s charity charity was a guest arm, which enabled her speaker at a rotary club to receive an education. recently where she The Reading based spoke about the help charity she founded in she received in her own 2012 supports about childhood. 1,000 children through
Dorothy Dix, who is weekly feeding the founder of Creating programmes with over Better Futures, spoke at 100,000 meals served Jordans Rotary Club on to date and provides Monday May 11 about 135 orphans and the help she and her vulnerable children with direct access to education.
A £15 donation supports a child’s education, food and accommodation. It often takes children up to six hours to walk to school.
The rotary club is currently collecting for Nepal and will be giving its annual afternoon tea for older residents in Seer Green.