On Saturday 28th November the Raven Trust will be holding an open day to celebrate the 100th container being sent to Malawi early next year. The “100 containers and counting…” open day will be held in Strachur Memorial Hall from 2.00 – 4.30 pm when a variety of people will talk about the work of the Raven Trust and show pictures to illustrate it. Tea and coffee will be served – so come and join us for the celebration!
Receive greetings from Ekwendeni Hospital in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.
I write on behalf of management and staff and communities around Ekwendeni Hospital to express our appreciation for the items, equipment and supplies you donated which arrived and were off-loaded here at Ekwendeni on 30.10.2015.
Please also extend our thanks to all your team members and families including all those who supported your Trust so that you can be able to support us as you have done. We also thank John Challis for his tireless follow up in making sure that the container has arrived safely, and items have been collected by the intended beneficiaries.
Here are some of the pictures taken when the truck carrying the items just arrived, items being off-loaded and some of the items being collected by beneficiaries.
Once again, we thank you very much and we ask GOD to keep on blessing you in your every day undertaking.
Yours in service,
Senior Administrative Officer
EKWENDENI CCAP HOSPITAL
Volunteers and friends of the Raven Trust had the pleasure of a visit from Lyn and Johnny Dowds who are in the UK on furlough from Livingstonia in Malawi. Dr Lyn works at the David Gordon Memorial Hospital there while Johnny undertakes various projects, including repairs to the Gorodi Road. Lyn gave a presentation of her life and work in Livingstonia and told stories of the people she has met and worked with.