Hope for Tanzania

Christmas Greetings to our Supporters

Published 11 December 2013

We want to thank you for the interest that you have shown in the work that we are involved in. Many of you have contributed by sponsoring children or otherwise donating money. Others have helped with the running of the charity whilst some have been privileged to make visits to Tanzania. Others have prayed for the people and country. We thank you for your support. 2013 has been a year of consolidation, a year in which the school has matured. We look forward to hearing how class VII did in their national exams - their results are expected in late December. At this time of Christmas we send our greetings to you all and hope that you have a relaxing and restful time with your family. Enjoy this time of celebration as we think of God's gift of Jesus which was for us all. A gift which was given at great cost but produced great benefits.

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