Happy birthday! Food4Africa UK is 10 years old today.
Thank you so much to everyone who has been on this amazing journey with us so far.
The African saying Ubuntu (uu-Boon-too) is so true…”I am what I am because of who we all are”…Food4Africa is indeed what it is because of who you all are.
Just a wee reminder that the Food4Africa Ubuntu Ball is coming up on Saturday, 21 March at the Glasgow Science Centre.
The Ubuntu* Ball is all about people having a great night out – great venue, great food, great entertainment, great company, great value for money!
The ticket price of £55 includes the drinks reception, 4 course dinner, wine on the table, and lots of entertainment, including The Danny Lee Band.
There is no need to spend anymore…. There will be a raffle and a Silent Auction but it’s up to you…there will be no hard sell!
Tables are of 10 and are made up of groups of friends (it’s not all couples); it’s how you would like your night to be.
It would be great to see you there!
Just let me know if you (or others) would like any further information; or if you (or others) would like to book your tickets.
* Ubuntu – ‘I am what I am because of who we all are’ – the theme of the charity
The nights are closing in…it must be time for Christmas shopping!
Please join us at Crabtree & Evelyn on Wednesday, 19 November (anytime between 6pm – 9pm) in Princes Square in Glasgow for a private shopping night to get your festive season started.
Tickets are £10 which includes a special gift (worth £9). As well as the festive drinks and nibbles, spoil yourself with a mini hand treatment.
Just email email@example.com to arrange your ticket.
See you there!
A very BIG THANK YOU to everyone who supported the first Robert Prentice Memorial Tennis Tournament on 30 August 2014! Such a fabulous day, remembering a dear friend.
Thank you for your amazing generosity – you raised an astonishing £6,593 which means we can feed 2,198 children for a month.
You are very welcome to join us at the Exhibition Squash Charity night!
Thank you to Tom and Joe for their amazing support.
We said goodbye today to Rob Prentice…one of the founders of Food4Africa UK.
Thank you Rob for all that you did…we will miss you. x