Hope for Tanzania

Request for Educational Books, DVDs and Toys

Published 02 March 2015

The School has the following needs in order to improve the educational experience of children. If you have any of the items in good condition then please call Martin Grosvenor on 01332 840753 or email info@hopefortanzania.org.
•DVDs for children 2-11 years
•Toys for children 2-7 years, particularly those of an educational nature
•Children’s books for ages 2-11 (stories, picture, Christian books)

If you have any contacts with local primary schools please also consider whether you could ask them to let us have books that they are disposing of (which they do from time to time to refresh their stock). It will make a huge difference to the educational experience of the 380 children at the school in Arusha. If you have any of these items we will arrange collection. Many thanks.
Martin and Philippa Grosvenor

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