Emma writes …
I would like to invite you to a Charity Curry Night on Monday 20th February at 7.30pm.
Our favourite family Indian restaurant in Ipswich, The Maharani has kindly agreed to help to support me in joining a team travelling to South Africa to work amongst orphaned children in LIV Village.
ABOUT LIV VILLAGE
LIV Village is a fantastic response to the millions of orphaned and vulnerable children in South Africa, mostly due to AIDS/HIV.
“We place orphaned and vulnerable children into a family environment where they will receive unconditional love, spiritual discipleship, care and nurturing.”
I am so excited to have the opportunity to travel with Soul Survivor to support all that LIV Village are doing. We will be helping out practically with life on the village as well as helping out with a few building projects outside of the village, this will involve building houses and other practical tasks to support the charities working in Durban.
ABOUT THE EVENING
Please join me for an evening of good conversation and great food. Come yourself, or bring a few friends and share a table and know that every meal will help make a difference. The restaurant will give 50% of the menu price towards our support (thank you Manik so much).
•Cost: £18 per head. This gives us a selection of starters and main courses, a variety of rice, naan and side dishes and coffee with mints. Other drinks are not included.
•Location: The Maharani Indian Cuisine, 46 Norwich Road, Ipswich IP1 2NJ
•Date & Time: Monday 20th February 2017, 7.30pm
RSVP’ing is essential. I need to know that you are coming by Thursday 16th February 2017. Please let me know that you are coming or contact me direct on Emma’s Facebook or Emma’s twitter or Emma’s email.
I’m looking forward to a great evening and the knowledge that it makes a difference.
See you there!