About

Come join us for breakfast, while we hear from our guest Nkurunziza Francis (Co-founder & Director of Hope for Life Katanga) as well as the rest of the Hope for Life team from the UK.

Francis will share a little about his background growing up in Uganda, before talking about the exciting work we are currently doing in Katanga (& beyond?). Francis, Megan and Mark will be sharing stories, pictures and videos throughout the morning.

There will be a time for Q&A at the end too, all while you enjoy a cup of coffee and croissant.

There will be a crafts area in the hall, as well as lots of outside green space if the children (or adults) want to run about.

Please register that you are coming to the breakfast by 'purchasing' free tickets. 

We would love to see you there.

Where

Failand Village Hall, Failand Village Hall, Ox house lane, BS8 3TS.

     

When

From Saturday 4th October 2014 10:00 AM. Until Saturday 4th October 2014 12:30 PM.

Fundraising pages

London to Paris on 2 wheels aims to raise £600.00 from the 16th June 2016 until the 20th June 2016.

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About the good cause

Hope for Life Katanga

Hope for Life Katanga is a UK registered charity (1153897) and our aim is to enable families in Uganda, to realise their potential towards living a self sufficient life, through Education, Livelihoods & Health.

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Twitter

For further information visit the twitter feed.

  • Fri, September 4 2020, 5:16 PM : “In my primary six, I felt fed up of formal school. I asked HFL if it was possible for them find me a garage where… https://t.co/3DvKkgGoSI
  • Fri, May 29 2020, 8:22 AM : Rhona shares with Francis how she is managing at this time. She is fortunate to have her vegetable stall up and run… https://t.co/3DvNsSqRHc
  • Thu, May 14 2020, 7:35 PM : Francis and our staff have been in regular contact with all those we work with since the beginning of lockdown, eit… https://t.co/BNURdxWvfF
  • Fri, April 17 2020, 7:02 AM : Faridah is concerned that despite having no household income, a baby under 6 months, and in a country with a popula… https://t.co/LtnlBM6GzB
  • Wed, April 15 2020, 5:03 PM : “The restrictions are not bad because this disease has killed many people. The restrictions are keeping us safe. Th… https://t.co/gtOw0JPIL6
  • Tue, April 14 2020, 4:41 PM : “Food is our greatest need [at this moment] because hunger may kill us instead of Coronavirus. I welcome the [gove… https://t.co/w8mwXki8XV
  • Mon, April 13 2020, 12:20 PM : Margret is worried about how she is going to support her children through this lock-down. She is determined to not… https://t.co/3xRyxHezCP