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AGM & 2017 Trip

Granaghan Outreach is preparing for our annual volunteer project for 2017. Project details are not yet confirmed, however, anyone interested in travelling as a volunteer with Granaghan Outreach on our 2017 project, please come along to our next volunteer meeting / AGM on Tuesday 7th March @ 9.00pm at Granaghan Resource Centre, 15a Main Street, [...]

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Zambia 2013

On Sunday 18th of August 2013, 10 volunteers travelled to Lusaka, Zambia to help with the regeneration of St Charles School and also to assist with the construction of the first park in Lusaka.

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Poker Night, Neeson’s Bar, Fri 21st September

Tea & Coffee Morning, Portglenone, Sat 8th September

2012 Project – Kiamathaga Secondary School

Kiamathaga Secondary School is a new school currently being built in the town of Tigith, close to Mt Kenya. The school has the following shortcomings which, if were completed would allow the school to open.

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A Tribute to Tony

Tony Conway tragically passed from this life on Wednesday 19th October 2011. Tony was part of the first volunteer trip to help renovate the Nyasidhi School in Western Kenya, in October 2006, and thereafter became an active member of Granaghan Outreach.

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A journal from Zambia trip

Below is the journal as kept by the group of girls that travelled to Zambia in July 2010.

While we were in Zambia we completed a group diary of every day we were there. As it would be impossible to go through every day, I have taken out a few paragraphs of different days that I feel will put across as best I can, how good an experience we had and hopefully if anyone reading this is on the fence about going on a trip with Granaghan Outreach this will convince you, it is an experience of a lifetime…..

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Burma Donation

Below is a letter from one of the missionary priests in Burma, where we recently sent a donation.

Greetings to all the members and supporters of Granaghan Outreach. I hope you all keep well.

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Donation to Sr Bridget Quinn to help battle aids in Cameroon

Sr. Bridget Quinn departed Swatragh in 1972 and went to Cameroon as a “Sister of Christ”. She immediately recognized the need for health care and nursing and she came back to the UK, trained as a nurse and completed further training on “Tropical Diseases”

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More Photos from Sudan

Fr Tom McDonnell recently forwarded us more photos of the children the are benefiting from the feeding program in Sudan, which we made a donation towards last year.

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