Urgent appeal

05/07/2011 14:07:01

Joseph Angira, who works for Nairobi Youth with Peter Opollo, is looking to raise some money for his visa for a one year placement at a church in the UK. Please consider helping him achieve this.

 

URGENT APPEAL FOR HELP FROM JOSEPH ANGIRA

 

Joseph Angira"Greetings! I hope you are doing great and you are well kept in His tender arms. A couple of months ago, I applied to a UK Charity called “Careforce” and I got an opportunity to serve as a volunteer in a church called St. Paul’s, an Anglican church in Addlestone, for a year. I have been busy doing fundraising for my visa and air ticket, through friends and well-wishers. On the 30th June, I received an email from the Care Force Director with the sponsorship number which confirms my stay in the UK for the one year programme and advising me to go ahead and start applying for my UK visa starting the 11th July. I am therefore writing to ask for your financial help. My main focus at the moment is the visa. The visa will cost me ksh.27,000 (or £190). I now have ksh.3,000 (or £21) and am still talking to friends and well-wishers to help me raise the remaining amount.

I am also looking to raise the money for the air ticket. The cheapest return ticket will cost me ksh.95,000 (£710).

Please keep me in your prayers. With every blessings in the Lord."

 

In His service, Joseph (International Teams Youth Ministry, Kenya)

 

N.B. You can get in touch with Joseph using the numbers below:-

 

Tel: 0721-511 523 or  0734-129 639 Or by email : josephangira@yahoo.com

 

These are the alternative ways to give financially to Joseph Angira.

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Please send cheques made payable to 'International Teams UK' (mark it clearly "Nairobi Youth" and for Joseph Angira) to:

International Teams
P.O.Box 11,
Brecon,

Powys, Wales

United Kingdom

LD3 9WJ

 

 

 

Nairobi Youth is a young vibrant team of dedicated volunteers that share the love of Christ in schools and amongst the youth in Kenya's capital city, Nairobi.

 

With a range of different activities, the team engage with the youth to challenge them to consider questions about life...and to present to them a Christian lifestyle that would make them better citizens.

 

This ministry is led by Peter Opollo, and supported by a dedicated team of volunteers; Joseph Angira, Caroline Awinga, Erick Omondi Otieno and Maurice Omollo and by International Teams UK.
Please consider how you can get involved by your prayer support, giving financially or volunteering your valuable time and skills via International Teams UK to further this important Christian ministry in Nairobi. You can contact one of the staff in Nairobi by clicking here if you would like to know more.

 

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Well done on getting your visa, Joseph!

02/08/2011 17:49:47, Andy Newham

My last week in the country

Greetings!! Just a quick update on how my trip to upcountry went. It was really awesome and I enjoyed every moment spent with my family, relatives and friends. The visit was short (3 days), but it was worth it for two reasons. First, I was keen to take all the advice my parents could offer and we also had time to pray together and commit my UK trip to the Lord. The second blessing was the food. I enjoyed every meal both traditional and modern. Trust me they were very delicious! My mum is just wow!! And a great cook. I have just arrived today in the morning and am praying that the things that are not yet done/ready will go well. Thanks for your prayers and everything. God bless. PS. I am glad that the hardest parts are done, now it’s only pocket money and a bit of shopping to finish.

30/08/2011 10:54:41, Joseph Angira

Greetings from the UK

Greetings!!! Hope you and your family are all doing well.Am also doing fine here in the UK.got here on Tuesday morning and am greatful that had a safe flight.We also had a great 2 days conference/orientation meeting which ended on Thursday morning then I proceeded to my placement which I am at the moment in south west of London in a town called Addlestone St.Paul's Church.Its wonderful being in this country and my prayer is that will have a great year of service.Keep me in your prayers.God bless.

09/09/2011 11:49:54, Joseph Angira
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