Sewing for Malawi: Ursuline Students to H.E.L.P. Out
December 09, 2013
. (Hope, Educate, Love and Protect) is an organization dedicated to sustainable primary education in impoverished African regions. The organization believes it is every child’s birthright to receive hope for a better future, education to grow, unconditional love and protection from disease and illness. In March 2014, Ursuline College will send 4 students and a staff member to Nanthomba Primary School to continue an established sewing partnership with H.E.L.P. that began in 2010.
The travelers include students Taylor Bruno ’16 (Psychology), Rhianna McChesney ’16 (Education & English), Molly Sabolsky ’14 (Nursing) and Maggie Stark ’14 (Art). Joining them is Tiffany Mushrush Mentzer ’03, Director of Alumnae Relations & Development Specialist.
You’re invited to join Ursuline College at the Panini’s in Chagrin Falls on Tuesday, December 17 from 6 to 8PM to help raise money in support of the students’ trip to Malawi. The cost is $25 per person and the fee includes entrance, pizza, chicken fingers, pop and Heineken 50/50 Raffle and Silent Auction.
To purchase tickets, visit ursuline.edu/help
or call 440.646.8375.
Check out the blog
for Q&As with all of the Malawi travelers!
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