Help Bridget help ‘Nurture Africa’

Bridget Owen has lived in the Millennium Village since the early days and served for several years on the committee of the residents association. She is going to Uganda in a month’s time to do voluntary work among children and women with HIV – and is asking for the help of local people (and others)

Bridget writes:

“To those who don’t know me my name is Bridget Owen, I am the Haringey CCG Deputy Designated Nurse for Safeguarding Children that is part of the Quality and Integrated Governance Directorate. I have worked in Haringey for 4 1/2 years – first with the PCT, then NCL and now the CCG with Karen Baggaley as a constant supportive manager.

After 32 years in the NHS I have decided to take most of my annual leave to be a volunteer nurse for a charity ‘Nurture Africa’ based in central Uganda, focusing on providing HIV/AIDS screening and treatment for children and adults on a 5 week placement 26th June – 2nd August 2014. There is a fund raising element to the charity which funds their health centre and school sponsorship programme and promotes awareness of the HIV crisis there and so I need to raise £3,000.”

So she needs to raise funds before she goes and is looking for support from Greenwich people.

If you can help at all then please visit her page here and give what you can.

http://www.mycharity.ie/event/bridget_owens_nurtureafrica/

Not all of us have the skills or the opportunity to help those less fortunate in other parts of the world but we can all support those who do. Every donation no matter how small will help

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