'Redressing the balance' in Soroti and the surrounding areas.

Category: Crossroads School

Redressing the Balance

DeliveRev Delivers!

We want to thank you all for purchasing the curries and using the DeliveRev service. Thanks to you, we have raised a staggering £500 for Global Challenge Charity.

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Cake Recipe!

It’s here! Pastor Abraham has kindly acquired and sent us the recipe the students used in their baking lessons at Crossroads Secondary School.

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Academic Successes Flourish in Uganda.

Peter has sent us a heartfelt thank you message. Peter has been sponsored by supporters of Global Challenge to continue his studies into the senior 5 and 6 years in education in Uganda. 

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“The Need Always Outweighs The Provision”

Katy gave the Global Challenge January Update during the church service at Queens Road Baptist Church on the 28th of the month.

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New Projector for Crossroads

At the end of 2023, we had a generous donation where the donor specifically requested that the money should go to Crossroads School.

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“Oh Yes It WAS!”

Our light-hearted potted history talk all about pantomime, “Oh Yes It Is!” by the amazing Linda McCann, was a roaring success!

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Raising Funds and Awareness

The December Wellbeing Pamper Day raised another £80 towards teacher’s salaries at Crossroads School in Uganda. All the Christmas cards were sold and the card competition even inspired the youth church group at Queens Road Baptist Church to help raise vital funds by donating some of their proceeds from a refreshment sale they held after a Sunday Service.

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Thanks for coming!

Our brilliant Christmas Craft Fair, attended by 15 local stall holders, raised over £600! The raffle was a great success and so was the surprise visit from Santa.

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Food and Chat at the Information Evening

We held a fantastic information evening in November. The event kicked off with the Ugandan treats of chicken on a stick and chapatis, washed down with ginger beer.

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