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Statement of Account for the construction of 16 Toilets

Gambiahilfe-Hohenlohe e. V.
Gambiahilfe-Hohenlohe e. V. schrieb am 15.05.2018

On 25 January 2017 we started the fundraising campaign "New toilets for The Gambia". We run all around the world. In total: 250 Miles. Almost to the day exactly, only 15 (!) Months later, on April 26, we officially opened and passed 16 (!) new toilets of the ESSAU LOWER BASIC SCHOOL. Again... donations collected, run, planned, organized and built...

Now it's time to say THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU and a big hug to you. It was a moment of indescribable joy for us... shared Joy. The smile of the children, the teachers and the happiness of the parents.

The following video clip includes the transfer of the new sanitary facilities and embeds them in further actions.

Furthermore we have provided you with the complete documentation for downloading and/or reading. It is a matter of course and of great importance for us that every penny donated is documented and transparent. Take the time to see what we have done together... We have not only helped the children, but also created work for some people in the Gambia. KLICK HERE: https://1drv.ms/f/s!AlVDgN5ddkZVmKF-Pu4ombnps3QFAQ

Enjoy reading and also thank you very much to my Brother Mr. Anthony Blain. Mr. Blain is our Adminstrator in Gambia. He has managed everything and created the complete documentation. A terrific performance. God bless.

In own case: We had a lot of fun and that's the reason why we continue to run. Our next project is already started and will take place in October this year: together 150 km Desert run in the Sahara.
Donate link. Please redistribute: https://www.betterplace.org/de/fundraising-events/29384-we-run-you-donate-for-toilets-in-the-gambia

Tell everyone what you did great!

It embraces you all over the heart (also by the children, teachers and parents of the Essau Lower Basic School in the Gambia)

Lissy & Jürgen