Understanding CAFOD day – Billericay

A very worthwhile experience, I now feel more confident to talk about CAFOD’s work.

Thank you to all our volunteers and supporters who came along to Understanding CAFOD on Saturday. Volunteers and supporters from Brentwood diocese were joined by volunteers from Southwark and Westminster dioceses – many of whom will meet up again at the first day of schools training.

Patrick

Taking a look through resources

We would also like to offer special thanks to Sean O’Leary who spoke about his trip to Sierra Leone and to Pauline Spratt who spoke about Climate Justice and to David and Chris who helped with the logistics for the day.
For more information about the rally in London on 5th December or to register, please visit The Wave

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World Statistics icebreaker


And thank you to everyone who shared their experiences of so many aspects of volunteering with CAFOD, whether visiting schools, campaigning, speaking in parishes or running the Great North Run!

A day enriched by others experiences

The final thank you must go to Fr John, Most Holy Redeemer parish, for allowing us the use of the hall and facilities and to Louise, Grace, Joan and Sean of the J&P group for providing a wonderful lunch of homemade soup and cakes. The soup rightly received high praise on the evaluations!

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Sean, Lynn and Brian

Irene table

Irene, Sandra, Rita and Bernie

patrick table

Pauline, Patrick and Doreen

Pat and Michael

Pat and Michael

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Volunteers from Southwark

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Volunteers from Westminster

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David and Chris

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Andrew, Maggie and Dave

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