Sarah volunteered with our dear friend Sue Philippart, who tragically died in March. But Sue continues to be her inspiration. And now Sarah is crocheting Stars for CAFOD.
We all miss Sue dreadfully, but I think, well I know, that Sue would absolutely love and support Sarah’s efforts and commitment to build a Summer of Hope.
Sarah says she is passionate about CAFOD’s work because of its sustainability.
We work in partnership with our local experts, whether priest, midwife or water engineer. They understand what people need as they are part of the community.
At this difficult time, as you can imagine, CAFOD is working very hard to support ongoing essential projects as well as re-purposing grants in communities that are coping with the devastating effects of the Coronavirus.