Weisendorf children collect school fees for their indian peers

Weisendorf children collect school fees for their indian peers

The weisendorf zubza aid project starts at the weisendorf market day on sunday, 2. October, the next round. At their stand, the schoolchildren want to advertise for further sponsorships.
So far, 27 sponsorships have been arranged, enabling children in nagaland (india) to attend school. Many parents cannot afford the school fees and this affects the girls in particular.
Father samuel elow has reported other names of children to weisendorf who would like to attend school but whose parents cannot pay the school fees and send their children to work in the fields.
A sponsorship costs 80 euros per year and enables a child to attend school directly and without administrative costs. On sunday, after the harvest thanksgiving service at 10 a.M. In front of the protestant church, this year’s zubza solid bread campaign will start, and the weisendorf branch of the brothaus bakery chain has agreed that 50 percent of the proceeds from the sale of pretzels on market day will go to the zubza aid project.
On 29. In october a weisendorf delegation travels to nagaland to deepen the partnership and to get a picture of already realized projects.

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