Dear supporters of Boo,

We are excited to share another good news article about one of our very special volunteers Daisy Russell featured on the Bridport News site:

‘Kenya stole my heart’: Fundraiser’s appeal to help children as schools close.

The Boo Charity are so proud to have Daisy as part of our team and her support and dedication and other volunteers like her to our cause are paramount to ensuring our projects prevail. Whilst our educational sites have been closed by the Kenyan government we have redirected our efforts to the Boo Fund a Food Parcel program. Just £4 will feed one child for a month and £16 will feed a family of seven for up to a month. You can choose to make a one-off payment or a recurring one, whatever you can give is greatly appreciated.

If you would like to know more about volunteering for The Boo Charity, please get in touch, we are very grateful for anyone who has time to spare. There are so many projects Boo needs your help with behind the scenes and on the frontline, whatever your skills are Boo values them and will be able to help you make a difference to those that need it now more than ever from the comfort of your own home. If you are interested in making a difference please, email: enquiries@boo-charity.org.uk

On behalf of Daisy and everyone here at The Boo Charity, we would like to send a massive thank everyone who has donated so far to Daisy’s JustGiving Page. Our hearts go out to you and we look forward to sharing updates from the children and families your support has been vital to very soon.

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If you would like to find out more about our zero-admin charity you can read our story here thank you so much to Lottie Welch for sharing news about Daisy, The Boo Charity, Bridport and Beyond!

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