Chicken Update

Chicken Project begins to benefit families…. Louis (12 years old) is an orphan being looked after by his aunt. The family was among those chosen by the village chief to benefit from the Tongole Foundation’s (TF) sponsor a chicken project in January 2013. The TF initiated the project in order...

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Vitu Memorial Football Match

Yesterday, the 29th January 2014, the sixth form at the High Weald Academy (was Angley School) held their annual memorial football match for Vitu. I was invited along to watch & luckily, as the weather has been and was dreadful, the match was held in the Hall! Before the match...

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Panto!

An incredible £665.73 was raised on the 20th December 2013 for the Tongole Foundation at the Burfields House client Christmas Panto! A fab end to a successful 2013!

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Serval Kittens September Update

David Gridley, Chairman of the Tongole Foundation, spent some time in Malawi recently and was lucky enough to visit Lilongwe Wildlife Centre where Zira and Kovu are currently staying. They have grown so much and are heading in the right direction in regards to their behavior such as hunting birds...

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Serval Kittens August Update

The Kittens are still doing very well at the Wildlife Center. They are still being bottle fed but are also moving on to chicks and meat. Supervising a couple of Serval kittens may sound pretty straightforward, but they have super sharp claws and an ability to get themselves into all sorts of sticky situations. Servals are the fastest running cat other...

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Arsenal in the Community Awards 2013

On the 23rd July Louise, David G & David C were invited to an awards ceremony at the Woolwich Suite at Arsenal Stadium. We arrived at 3.00 and took our seats for a 3.30 start. Tom Watt presented the awards ceremony and special guests included football legends Charlie George and Tony...

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The Harlem Shake!

Here it is! The Harlem Shake – which proved to be a HUGE success! Watch the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8kvCOZjfdHM Please feel free to share the link! Thank You to Jeremy for filming it, and to everyone who took part!

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