Westport Mission Fund, Parish of Newboro, donated $250 for bed nets for families in Kawempe District. Your generosity will enable Buy-a-Net to teach mothers and their children how to be safe from malaria with the use of their bed nets, thanks to you!
Ontario Nurses Association (ONA) Local 92, netted a village to protect mothers and their children from malaria. Not only does this mean so much to families in Kawempe District, but “nurse2nurse”, it means a great deal to our Founder, Debra Lefebvre, a Registered Nurse in Ontario. Thank you for your generosity and support.
Staff and students of Rideau Public School, Kingston, raised $250 for bed nets and medicine in Kawempe District. Thank you for your kindness. Your gift will educate mothers about malaria and how to use bed nets to protect their children. Way to go!
Thank you to all members of St. John the Divine CWL for your thoughtfulness and caring about mothers and their children in Kayunga District. Fr. Emmanuel is very grateful for all your support and help in stopping malaria in Kayunga with bed nets and medicine.
Thank you Government of Manitoba employees for choosing to save lives from malaria through your workplace and the “ALL Charities Campaign”. Your generous gifts will provide education, bed nets and medicines to women and their children in Kawempe District.
Nova Scotia Government & General Employees Union (NSGEU), as part of their 2010/11 Int’l Solidarity commitment, made a generous donation of $1,300. Thank you NSGEU for your commitment to make the lives of women and children in Kawempe District stronger and healthier through education, bed nets and medicine.
Ontario Nurses’ Assn Local 80 (ONA) netted a village! On behalf of women and children in Kawempe District, thank you for your generosity.
Students, Alicia, Rachel and Beth, of Module de l’Acadie baked and sold yummy cupcakes (so we’ve heard!) to fellow students and staff to buy bed nets and medicines for needy mothers and their children in Kawempe District. Thank you for your baking skills and determination to make our world a better place with Buy-a-Net.
Led by Interact Club Pres, Jack Conley, Madison High School dedicated their fundraising efforts for 2010-11 to Buy-a-Net. Monthly bake sales, car wash, coat check at a Rotary function, and a video game night, raised $1,352.17 for nets and medicine in Kawempe District, Uganda. Combine that with the donation of $995 from the Rotary Club of Madison, a total of $2,347.17 was donated! Thank
With beads made by Ugandan women, students at Truedell Public School created jewelry for sale at the annual Springfest. Students directly tackled poverty and disease in Uganda by supporting employment of Ugandan women who made the beads. Then, with the sale of the jewelry, enabled Buy-a-Net to purchase nets and medicines for needy families in Kawempe District. All the students and friends and family