The Ladies Mini Marathon will take place on Sunday 25th September.If you would like to walk with us to raise money for Development Pamoja you can register
and download a sponsorship card
here. For a t-shirt please contact Rachel at email@example.com.
11th - 24th December 2015 Christmas Market Fundraiser in Douglas Village Shopping Centre
Rachel Gordon, ably assisted by her friends and family, will be stocking her stall with
new donated goods to be sold at very reasonable prices.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to donate any goods.
A special word of thanks to Rosa Larrson, organiser of the market, for her help and assistance.
Hope to see you all there!
Mount Kenya Climb 2015
On 2nd October Dave Finn and Derry Desmond set out on their epic climb of Mount Kenya (the 2nd biggest mountain in Africa) in order to raise funds for Development Pamoja.
The climb took about 5 days, after which they spent some time on the ground with our Development Pamoja team.
So far they have raised €1365 as part of this fundraising activity which included a table quiz and a walkathon. If you would like to add to this, you can still sponsor Dave and Derry here.
Evening Echo Cork Women's Mini Marathon
The Ladies Mini Marathon took place on Sunday 27th September. Thank you to all who participated - a huge sum of €1050 was raised!
"If you want to walk fast, walk alone but if you want to walk far, walk together" - Kenyan proverb
Snowdon Climb 2015
On 11th April a group of 12 friends and family members of the late Simon Davis climbed Snowdon - the highest mountain in Wales.
They raised a fantastic €1495 (£1123) for our new Davis Education Program.
A huge thank you to everyone who took part and donated.
Click here to read more about the Davis Education Program.
In April 2015 one of our regular supporters Steve Kiely ran the London marathon and very generously named Development Pamoja as his chosen charity, raising a fantastic €1220. Huge thanks to Steve for that great achievement.
Car boot sales continue
Rachel Gordon (board member) continues her trojan work selling her wares in car boot
sales across the county as well as online (stay in touch for more updates). All proceeds from these sales go towards covering Development Pamoja's
Dispensary Opening Day
We are delighted to announce that, after almost 2 years of hard work, we opened our new Medical Dispensary to the
public on 20th June 2015 and are now the nearest facility for at least 2,000 people.
We are extremely grateful to everyone who has contributed to this project
- especially to Fr Francis McAuliffe who provided part of the money for the
building work and to the Cork/Kerry branch of SHARP (an association funded by staff of the HSE)
who generously funded the kit-out of the facility. And of course to all our donors
who have contributed to this project -
the family of Jock Shanahan,
the family of Eilish O'Sullivan,
Steve and Terry Kiely,
Caitrin Kelly and family,
Ursula and Raj Chopra,
our board in Ireland (especially Brendan, Rachel and Lynn),
the late Fr. Bill Dowling,
Paddy and Joe Murray and
the Caring and Sharing Association.
Article: Meet the Irishman helping make a big difference to the lives of people in Kenya
On 11th May 2014,
a great article
about James and Development Pamoja was published in thejournal.ie
Article about James and Development Pamoja
article was published in thejournal.ie on 26th August 2012.
Development Pamoja features in the Evening Echo (December 2011)
James talks to the Evening Echo's Jane McNamara about his work in Kenya.