Thank you to everyone who continues to support the JCT Children’s Foundation by donating on a monthly or one off basis, along with those who have supported the foundation through various fundraising events.
Without their consistent support we would not be able to support the many projects we are involved with in Malawi.
We have 5 full time staff in Malawi who manage our projects and programs, headed up by Pastor Michael Thomas, utilising his local knowledge and enabling all funding raised by the foundation to go directly to those in most need. These Center Managers are Magret Malanga in Chitipa, Ivy Nthara in Mangochi, Rollence Guza in Lilongwe and Austin Chirwa in Nsanje.
Phil and Tim at www.thinwhite.co.uk who are continually involved in the maintenance/updates/hosting of the website and marketing design of all fundraising material. To Calvin Willman for his early support in building the original website.
The UK charity has been supported by Zoe Royle, since July 2009. Zoe has been instrumental in a number of important administrative functions and fundraising ideas.
Julia Beamud, illustrator who published Miss Escotofina in 2013, has once again very kindly dedicated her time exclusively to the JCT for new a book titledLa pandilla Natilla and the Puchi’s missing shoe which is an amazing children’s story available for purchase at a cost of £6.99.
Every single penny of the proceeds from the sale of Julia’s books will be donated directly to the foundation