Fr Nicholas James with members of the liveSimply group, Lynne, Lis, Elizabeth, Kim and Lynne
The July liveSimply meeting at St Mary’s RC Church in Monmouth saw members kick off their parish involvement with CAFOD’s Power to Be campaign.
Parish priest, Fr Nick James, lead from the front, being the first person to sign a card.
The campaign card itself is being sent to Melanie Robinson, UK Executive director at the World Bank petitioning her to stay true to the UK’s commitment to tackling poverty and climate change by supporting access to renewable, safe, reliable and affordable energy for the poorest communities.
David Brinn (trainer) Sue, Chris, John (Cardiff volunteers) and Jane, Sue and Sarah (Menevia volunteers)
Our team of education volunteers across Cardiff and Menevia had a joint day of working on Monday 15 May when they met together in the Cardiff volunteer centre.
The purpose of the refresher training was to bring together all our wonderful volunteers – experienced and newly-recruited, to explore the resources which we are using in schools during the Summer term and beyond.
The people of Kitui, Kenya have a plan to transform their lives and their community by restoring their life-bringing dam.
Donate to CAFOD and help support the community of Kitui to restore their water supply and tranform their arid fields into crop producing fields. It will be a big job and will involve building a network of smaller dams, miles of terracing and planting new trees. The community of Kitui need our support.