Archive for 19 October 2015

KickStart Ghana fundraising auction

At the KickStart Ghana fundraising dinner with Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen and Unwined in Tooting on October 22nd we will be holding an auction with some fantastic prizes up for grabs. These include:

  • Two tickets to see England v Pakistan Test Match at the Oval (winner can choose which day).
  • A homemade and decorated Christmas Cake.
  • Two tickets to see Fuse ODG, with guests including Sarkodie at the Hammersmith Apollo on November 26th.
  • A money-can’t-buy behind the scenes tour of the BT Sport studio
  • Two exclusive tickets to see The Tootsie Rollers at The Troubadour and meet the girls on the night.

We will also give you the chance to win a meal for two at Unwined in Tooting, up to the value of £50. Generously donated by Unwined in Tooting.

If you cannot attend the event but would still like to bid please email info@kickstartghana.org with your maximum bid amount and we will include this in the auction.

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KickStart Ghana annual dinner

1385646_267330213391819_1695057468_nKickStart Ghana is having a fundraising night hosted by Unwined in Tooting with food provided by Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen. There will be delicious Ghanaian food, copious amounts of specially selected wine, a fundraising auction and a few more surprises. Plus you’ll get to hear about all the fantastic work the charity has been up to over the past year.

When: 22nd October, from 7pm.
Where: Unwined in Tooting within Tooting Market (two minutes walk from Tooting Broadway).
Ticket booking website: http://bit.ly/DMNKICKSTARTGHANA

Tickets are £30 for a fixed menu of Zoe’s favourite dishes.
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Volunteerism in Ghana: Alive and well

One of our trustees, Dave Coles, was in Ghana recently, and he was glad to see more initiatives involving Ghanaians in volunteering. Read his original entry on his blog.

Volunteering in Ghana has been a big industry for a long time now. But when people think of volunteers in Ghana they often think of people flying from all over the world to work on a number of projects (some good and some not so good). However, over the last couple of years we’ve seen an increase in the recognition and promotion of Ghanaians volunteering. This can is a positive development and something that deserves to be highlighted.
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