Children send prayers and pocket money to the Philippines

As part of their Advent Reconciliation Service, the Children in Classes 3 / 4 at St Joseph’s School, Exmouth wanted to give something to God. So they:

Wrote a prayer on an envelope for the people in the Philippines
Put their pocket money in the envelope
And sent the money to CAFOD.

Beautiful!

Prayers and pocket money for the people in the Philippines

Prayers and pocket money for the people in the Philippines

A total of £194 was raised. Thank you children for making a difference.

If you would like to know how you can help the people whose lives have been torn apart by Typhoon Haiyan please go to:
http://www.cafod.org.uk/Give/Donate-to-Emergencies/Typhoon-Haiyan-appeal

If you would like any support with your fundraising ideas or media coverage please contact
Simon Giarchi (Diocesan Manager,Conchita Dunn (Diocesan Officer) or Brigid McEleney-Smith (Regional Communications Officer) at:
CAFOD Plymouth
St.Boniface House
Ashburton
Newton Abbot
TQ13 7JL
Telephone: 01364 645440
E-mail: plymouth@cafod.org.uk

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