Welcome!

Children at Pandithitta School

A huge THANK YOU to:-  
Everyone who gives us a monthly amount by direct debit and all
who collect 1p's and 2p's for us. Not forgetting all those who
collect stamps for us!!!
 

2018
Abington Vale Stirling - £15.03
Anonymous - £250.00 !!!
Burton Latimer Methodist Church - £50.00
Used stamps - £88.35
Boughton Church - £100.00
The Tax Man! (Gift Aid) - £1054.28
Becket Rotary - £500.00
Christ the King Church - £85.00
St. Andrew's MU - £37.61
Abington Vale School - £33.04
Southfields School - £9.85
Boughton School - £79.73
Hunsbury Park School - £494.65

Delapre School - £196.85

2017

Kettering Inner Wheel - £100.00
St Loys School - £1000.00
Southfields School - £40.00
Jules & Skye - £50.00
Clipston School - £271.20
Hunsbury Park School - £562.93
Pattishall School - another £10.00
Christ the King Church - £170.49
Boughton School - £216.75
Burton Latimer Methodist Church - £30.00
Given in memory of Mr Brian Lane - £257.00
Delapre Primary School - how much is in this box? Plus a HUGE sack of stamps!
(It was £151.89!)

Weston Favell Primary School - £324.04 from a penny trail, to go to their orphanage at Paravai.
Shire Glass
Clarrie Jackson - £2735.80!!
Pattishall School - £66.33! - to feed the toddlers at Batlagundu creche
Corby Inner Wheel
Venture Accounting
Raunds Women's Institute
St James School Northampton - £98.19 - to go to the children at Kodai! 

2016

St Loys School
Barton Seagrave WI
Blisworth Baptist Church
Great Creaton School
Clipston School
Ely Ladies (again)
Kettering Dancers
Burton Latimer Church
Pauline's Dancers
Hunsbury Park School -
for all these pennies! 

Chris King
Toller & Burton Dancers
Clipston School - £265.26!
Laura Auntie and other Aunties
Anon!
Burton Latimer Methodist Church
Ely Ladies 


Children United! helps a group of Sisters in India to build and run schools, orphanages, woman's refuges, children's homes and crèches.   All fundraising is by volunteers who pay their own expenses.  There are no wages / overheads here in the U.K. or out in India.

SO WE PROMISE THAT EVERY PENNY GIVEN, GOES TO THE CHILDREN !!!                             Which other charities can say that!!                                    (Don't confuse us with "The Children United Foundation" who are a completely different charity.)

July 2018 (Very Good!) News Letter ready to view - click on 'Newsletters' link to right

To see what happened when Mrs Millers and Mrs Foster went to India in October / November 2017, click on this link:-     www.India2017.btck.co.uk     

We are very happy to report that Children United! is now being supported by Becket Rotary Club!

Please collect your used STAMPS  Instead of going into the rubbish or paper recycling bin, we get paid for them. As one little boy at Hunsbury Park School said, “That’s genius Miss!”  All GB or foreign stamps are wanted, but please leave a small border of paper around the stamps, so that the perforations are not damaged.

PENNY POT APPEAL 

Please collect your 1p’s (and 2p's if you like!)   
To feed the children at  Kodai Kanal, Munnar and Karisalpatti.
It only costs a few pennies for a school dinner!

   

Girls at Kodai Kanal

Is this why so many people like to help us?  

Dear Julie,  Thank you SO much for sending those photos. It's so heartening to SEE one's little contribution being put to such good use instead of helping to furnish plush offices in London of a national charity!   Very best wishes, Jenny.


Another website, following Mrs Foster and Mrs Johnson on their trip to India in 2012, can be found at:-  www.whatwehadtoeattoday.btck.co.uk







Important stuff!
  • Our details

    Our email address is:
    indiacu@talk21.com



    Our postal address is:
    10 Woodland Avenue
    Abington
    Northampton
    NN3 2 BY

    Our registered charity number is 1098864.  You can look us up on the Charity Commission website.  www.charitycommission.gov.uk
     


  • Talks in primary schools

    If your school is in Northamptonshire, please contact us if you would like a visitor. Talks can be given on "People in Christianity" for Key stage 1 pupils or on "India" for years 3 and 4.   Both talks are fun and lively with full 'audience participation' - dressing up, playacting, trying to drink like Indian children and other fun things. We link schools here in the UK to schools in India. Please email for further information.




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