The DECK Youth Development Project in Donegal town is looking for your unwanted coppers to fund a project in Zambia. They hope to collect 1 million one cent coins.
They’re teeny weeny, And not so gleamy
On the table or on the ground, they’re found all around.
Extremely small-no one cares for them at all!!
They clog up your purse and can be such a curse.
They are the hardest to spend, let’s not pretend.
Our club is the exception-that’s not OUR perception!
To us they’re worth loads, they’ll help us reach our goal.
It’s for a great cause, don’t hesitate or pause
Join OUR CHALLENGE today-Send ONE MILLION this way!!!
Please note, the DECK will also happily accept 2c, 5c, 10c, 20c, 50c, €1, €2, coins & €5, €10, €20, €50, & €100 notes!
A group of nine local teens accompanied by four adult leaders will be travelling to Kaoma in Zambia next March as part of a cultural exchange programme. The teens will be completing their Albert Schweitzer Leadership for Life Programme in a school in Kaoma working with Zambian young people their own age. They will also spend the afternoons and evenings working with young children in a local orphanage.
For more information or to leave a donation, contact Kerry Gallagher or Jo Warnock in the DECK Youth Development Project, 6 Tirchonaill St, Donegal Town, or on 074 972 3029.
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