When visiting Mohammadpur Literacy Centre the children were given cake as well as their nutritional snack as a special treat. The children, of their own accord, wrapped the cake in the serviettes to take home to share with their siblings.
The mothers decided that they would like their children to have a uniform, selected a colour and sourced the dresses and shirts. On the day Michael and Nadine visited two children attended school without their uniform, the girl in yellow and the girl in red, as their homes had been washed away in the previous
Michael Parker, a cardiac physiologist from Southampton, visited the Cementing Futures projects while visiting Dhaka, Bangladesh. Michael raised much appreciated funds for us by running a Marathon in the searing heat in Dhaka which was organised for him by students from the University of Dhaka. He is shown here with his partner, Nadine, Professor Suraiya
BOURNEMOUTH MARATHON on Sunday, 4 October, 2015 Hydration Station We will once more be manning the Hydration Station nearest Bournemouth Pier, 17 miles into the Marathon, for which helpers are needed to undo and distribute water bottles to the runners. If you would like to help please contact us through email@example.com Marathon Runners We
WWII Charity Gala Evening at the Hallmark Hotel, Bournemouth, on Saturday, 3 October, 2015 Featuring Jill Daniels, Britain’s No 1 Wartime WWII 1940’s Show, “Hits of the Blitz” and the Sodapops. Three course Wartime Themed Dinner Bournemouth Marathon on Sunday, 4 October, 2015. £30 per ticket to include three course dinner and entertainment, £27.50 each
A Cheese and Wine Tasting Evening was hosted by Julia and Charlie Macmillan in June 2015 which raised nearly £500. A Sausage Sizzle was hosted by Liz and Geoff Dominey in July 2015 which raised nearly £600. A Car Boot sale in August 2015 at Kingston Lacey raised £195.
We would like to say a big thanks to Michael Parker who contacted Cementing Futures not so long ago, and has helped raise money towards our campaign. Michael who usually is found working as a physiologist in Southampton Hospital is currently travelling in India, moving on to Bangladesh at the end of March, and he
“Henry ran the half marathon in a personal best time of 1:44:43 beating his previous -and first -time by 3 minutes. Well done! Henry has also raised £1316.08 in sponsorship, so thank you to all his supporters. This will pay for 20 children to be educated for a whole year -so really worthwhile. This years
Some of these children in this picture are sponsored and without help they would not be able to attend school. Please be assured that your generous sponsorship is making a real difference to their lives and futures. If you are not currently engaged in sponsorship, please think about it. As an individual or group, £10