Art for Malawi

A recent exhibition in Kirkcudbright Parish Church Hall is set to help towards the Kbt Parish Church World Team raise a �5,000 target to help the Christian Aid programme improve child birth and maternity care in Malawi. The money will go towards training personnel in child and mother care which in turn will make the expectant mothers feel safer. If the Kbt team, along with other projects raise the target figure, a Government scheme in place will match it 7-1, bringing the funding to a whopping �40,000. Pictured are, Barbara Sykes, Drew Clark, Neil Cavers and Roger Sykes, front, Mary Mullen and Rev. Douglas Irving.
A recent exhibition in Kirkcudbright Parish Church Hall is set to help towards the Kbt Parish Church World Team raise a �5,000 target to help the Christian Aid programme improve child birth and maternity care in Malawi. The money will go towards training personnel in child and mother care which in turn will make the expectant mothers feel safer. If the Kbt team, along with other projects raise the target figure, a Government scheme in place will match it 7-1, bringing the funding to a whopping �40,000. Pictured are, Barbara Sykes, Drew Clark, Neil Cavers and Roger Sykes, front, Mary Mullen and Rev. Douglas Irving.

An exhibition in Kirkcudbright Parish Church Hall is set to help towards the Parish Church World Team’s efforts to raise £5,000 towards the Christian Aid programme to improve child birth and maternity care in Malawi.

The money will go towards training personnel in child and mother care which in turn will make the expectant mothers feel safer. If the team, along with other projects, raise the target figure, a government scheme in place will match it 7-1, bringing the funding to a whopping £40,000.

Pictured are, Barbara Sykes, Drew Clark, Neil Cavers and Roger Sykes, front, Mary Mullen and Rev Douglas Irving.