Congratulations to the parish of St Thomas of Canterbury, Fulham.
St Thomas of Canterbury, Fulham winning quiz team
Thank you to the parish of St Thomas of Canterbury, Fulham for hosting a Parish Quiz on 7 May, in the name of CAFOD. Through this great evening of fundraising success the parish was able to raise an amazing £560!
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A big thank you to the Parish of Sacred Heart, Tring.
Parishioners form Sacred Heart, Tring
The Parish of Sacred Heart, Tring recently hosted a concert to help raise money for CAFOD.
CAFOD would like to say a big thank you to everyone involved at the concert, it sounded like great fun!
CAFOD Volunteers David Brinsden and Lesley Waite
Thank you also to CAFOD Volunteers David Brinsden and Lesley Waite for helping to organise not only a concert but also a flower sale in the Parish.
The concert itself was able to raise an amazing £1060, with an additional £100 raised through the flower sale.
Thank you once again to the Parish for all the support!
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Get to know CAFOD Campaign’s Volunteer Michael Walsh!
Michael Walsh New Campaigns Volunteer Coordinator
“My name is Michael Walsh and I have been a supporter of CAFOD throughout my adult years. My involvement deepened from 2008 when I became a volunteer at the Diocesan office over the Church of Christ the King in Oakwood and this year I became a Volunteer Campaign Coordinator in the Westminster Diocese. I am a parishioner at Our Lady of Mount Carmel and St George, Enfield and have given fast day talks there on several occasions. This fundraising is crucial for CAFOD to reach poor communities round the world to help people like Nicanora in the Altiplano region of Bolivia and Florence in Northern Zambia and their families become self-reliant and the Catholic community in the Diocese always responds generously. ” Continue reading