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  • Ros Share “Special Birthday”

    Event: Ros Share "Special Birthday" Date: 01 April 2019

    Ros Share is celebrating her 80th Birthday and has very kindly asked for donations to go to Emunah.

  • Geoffrey Pepper’s Warden’s Walk

    Event: Geoffrey Pepper's Warden's Walk Date: 07 April 2019

    Geoffrey is raising funds in support of Emunah’s project for Afula Children’s Home in Northern Israel.  He has managed to obtain a matched funding pledge so every pound raised will be doubled.
    With your help Emunah can provide these much needed facilities and living accommodation for the boys helping them to heal and to feel valued, just as we hope our own children do, so they can go on to a better future.

    GEOFFREY’S WALK

    Starting at 9.00am from the Chalkwell Station end of the seafront; Walking along the seafront to the Harvester Restaurant, Shoeburyness. Stop for a 15 minute break before returning along the seafront back to the cul-de-sac at Chalkwell, then onto the Community Centre in Cobham Road where there will be a bagel brunch to which everyone is invited.

     

  • Stephen White 70th Birthday

    Event: Stephen White 70th Birthday Date: 14 April 2019

    Stephen has asked guests going to his forthcoming 70th birthday party to make a donation to Emunah instead of sending a gift. He would particularly like the proceeds raised to go to the Neve Landy Children’s Village, which has close connections to Bournemouth because of previous donors.

  • Martin Bleaken Running the London Marathon

    Event: Martin Bleaken London Marathon Date: 28 April 2019

    Martin has been part of several charity ‘challenge’ events previously, including “Lost”, where participants are blindfolded, driven to an unknown location & must find their way home without any cash or resource. This is his biggest challenge to date and he is looking forward to raising funds for Emunah and its projects that support so many children.

    Martin is a former national swimmer and has ran for Wiltshire at the National schools cross country championships. He hopes to beat his Mum’s London Marathon PB of 3 hours 5 minutes.

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