Help­ing to cre­ate a bet­ter fu­ture

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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.

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