Jenny Worthington is a volunteer from the parish of Our Lady, Star of the Sea in Porthcawl and has been a CAFOD supporter for over 20 years.
Last month, Jenny set out on her Camino Walk for CAFOD. She travelled 118 km over 7 days. What an amazing feat! She is raising money for one of CAFOD’s life-changing World Gifts – a health clinic.
The cost of this brilliant gift is £4000 which will pay for the running costs of a life-saving clinic in a remote community. It keeps the clinic stocked with medicines, medical equipment and even provides petrol for the clinic ambulance, giving vulnerable people vital access to much needed healthcare. Continue reading →
On Thursday before the season of Advent began, Mrs Angela Heald, acting Headteacher at St David’s Primary School in West Cross in Swansea invited CAFOD South Wales to talk to the pupils about World Gifts.
Robert, from St Joseph’s Primary School in Penarth, raised a whopping £114 for CAFOD by selling his own toys and books online.
7 year old Robert was inspired to raise money after a CAFOD volunteer came to his primary school to tell the students about the work they do to help people in need overseas. As soon as he got home Robert went through his playroom and gathered up his toys and books. He decided to sell them through Facebook and give all the money to charity. Continue reading →