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Mite Scheme

Long Buckby United Reformed Church

The Mite Scheme was created in 1986 by Roy Barnett MBE. Since then it has grown and is now supported by almost 100 different organisations, mainly but not exclusively Christian churches of various denominations. The money raised by the Mite scheme is used to fund Oral Rehydration Therapy (ORT) for severely dehydrated children. This year has seen the Nepal Earthquakes Children are helpless and terrified as a devastating earthquake has hit Nepal, toppling buildings and destroying roads and infrastructure around the capital Kathmandu. Children are helpless, terrified and in danger It has been another fantastic year of fundraising for the MITE scheme with the current total standing at £15,828.56 Our Donations sent to UNICEF for the Mite Scheme totalled £200 for the year to March 2015. Over the last 25 years this Church has sent the magnificent sum of £5,620 to this very worthy cause. Thank you Kath Packer
In Burkina Faso, a mum feeds her little boy porridge during a food education day. It's part of a national UNICEF-supported programme to reduce child malnutrition rates in the country.
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© Long Buckby URC 2017
Mite Scheme

Long Buckby United Reformed Church

The Mite Scheme was created in 1986 by Roy Barnett MBE. Since then it has grown and is now supported by almost 100 different organisations, mainly but not exclusively Christian churches of various denominations. The money raised by the Mite scheme is used to fund Oral Rehydration Therapy (ORT) for severely dehydrated children. This year has seen the Nepal Earthquakes Children are helpless and terrified as a devastating earthquake has hit Nepal, toppling buildings and destroying roads and infrastructure around the capital Kathmandu. Children are helpless, terrified and in danger It has been another fantastic year of fundraising for the MITE scheme with the current total standing at £15,828.56 Our Donations sent to UNICEF for the Mite Scheme totalled £200 for the year to March 2015. Over the last 25 years this Church has sent the magnificent sum of £5,620 to this very worthy cause. Thank you Kath Packer
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