Mphatso Children’s Foundation 2013 Calendars and Diaries now available. Supporting children and village communities in Malawi, Africa. This includes a porridge feeding program to over 1000 Nursery school children, education, meeting medical needs, kids clubs, sporting groups, sewing groups and HIV support groups.
These calendars are a Beautiful Black and White- 2013 Calendar. The Diaries are produced in colour - 2013 Diary. The profits go directly to support Mphatso Children’s foundation.
‘The Big Thank You.’ The Big Thank you night and fundraiser for Mphatso will be held on Friday, November the 16th at 7:30, at ‘The Wave’, corner of Wallington Road and Lake Avenue. The speaker will be Mark Johnstone.
As you would be aware, the Johnstone family recently returned home from Malawi. They had such an impact over in Kande and while they are terribly missed by the community over there, we are also glad to have them back. To say thank you, to give Mark an opportunity to share some of his experiences, and to raise some money as well.
There will be a silent auction which will be open from 7PM onwards.
Mphatso is pleased to announce that we now have a shop up and running!! Together with Kairos, which sells ladies fashions and accessories, Mphatso now has a location to sell a wide range of framed art work, jewellery, cards and carved African woodwork. All proceeds of Mphatso sales will go straight to the work of Mphatso, so make sure you check it out!
The address of Kairos is 83 the Parade (next to the hairdresser and bike shop). Phone number is 5255 3688.
It's that time of the year again with stunning calenders for just $10 each!! Available at Gumnut Grove Opp Shop, several Ocean Grove retailers, or simply email the Mphatso email address and we will attempt to organise one for you. If you are interested in selling them, please contact us too. Once again, all proceeds go straight to the work of Mphatso!
Thankyou to all those who supported or came along to the Mphatso Art Show. Over $10 000 was raised, which is a fantastic result, and will make such a difference to the lives of the community in Malawi. For those that couldn't make it, it looks to become an annual event, so just get ready for next year!! Pictures coming soon!