CHRISTMAS OFFER Subscribe to Cotswold Life today CLICK HERE

A royal tea party

PUBLISHED: 16:54 08 May 2012 | UPDATED: 21:22 20 February 2013

A royal tea party

A royal tea party

Join in with the Royal Diamond Jubilee tea party and hat parade

A royal tea party

Join in with the Royal Diamond Jubilee tea party and hat parade

The charity Kids for Kids is inviting you to hold a Royal Diamond Jubilee Tea Party this summer to celebrate Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth IIs Diamond Jubilee and raise funds to help the children of Darfur. What better way to celebrate Her Majestys 60 years on the throne than by helping the children in 60 villages in the most deprived area of the world?

Invite your friends, neighbours and relatives to take tea with you in return for a small donation towards a goat that will give children hope in Darfur a child who has no other source of protein in the hot summer months of Darfur. Wear a hat and take a picture, and they will post their favourites online in their Royal Diamond Jubilee Tea Party Hat Parade!

Just 22 (four friends donating 5.50 each) provides one little goat for a family in Darfur. Just 132 provides a whole flock of six goats and in two years six will pass onto another desperately poor family, then more children will have protein from the milk.

Kids for Kids helps children the world has forgotten, who live lives of unimaginable hardship, beyond poverty, in the remote villages of Darfur. They drink water that is heavily polluted which leads to life-threatening illnesses. The milk from the goats is crucial as it is the only source of protein, minerals and vitamins available to them, and the main aid agencies are no longer in Darfur. Foreigners do not go because it is dangerous, and no one is asking for help for the children. Kids for Kids simple grass roots projects transform their lives forever. Make a difference today!

Please send donations to Kids for Kids, PO Box 456, Dorking RH4 2WS, visit www.kidsforkids.org.uk, email contact@kidsforkids.org.uk or tel: 07957 206440.

Kids for Kids Registered Charity No 1100045, a company limited by guarantee. Registered in England and Wales No 4607292

0 comments

More from People

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

25 years in business is no mean feat – and the owner of Lauren’s Catering has lost none of his ambition

Read more
Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Julian Dunkerton has moved his family’s cider-making business from Herefordshire to the outskirts of Cheltenham, where it boasts a state-of-the-art production unit and a stylish new shop. But don’t think the heart of the business has changed one whit: it still honours the core values Ivor and Susie Dunkerton held dear when they planted their first apple tree, nearly 40 years ago

Read more
Monday, November 26, 2018

If you want to spread some Christmas cheer to those in need, here are some fantastic charities in the Cotswolds to donate to

Read more
Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Harnessing the power of social media, charity awards and dreaming up new projects - it’s all in a day’s work for Gloucestershire children’s charity Pied Piper and its corporate supporters

Read more
Tuesday, November 13, 2018

The Cotswolds’ very own Prince of Wales turns 70 this month, so we looked back on some of the highlights of his life and career, and wondered what birthday pressies we would buy for the man who has the world at his feet

Read more

Thanks to the impact of ground-breaking comedy This Country, the quiet market town of Northleach has become one of the Cotswolds’ hottest film locations. Katie Jarvis is sent to investigate

Read more
Wednesday, November 7, 2018

When landowners are looking to sell their land, and want a transparent journey that delivers them best value, Rosconn Strategic Land is here to take them through the process.

Read more

Radio DJ Paul Gambaccini has secured a payout from prosecutors over unfounded allegations of historical sex offences. The presenter, 69, was arrested in 2013 over a claim he sexually assaulted two teenage boys in the early 1980s. Mr Gambaccini always denied the claims, calling the case “completely fictitious”. He spent a year on bail before the case was dropped. Two years later he gave this interview to Katie Jarvis

Read more
Tuesday, November 6, 2018

The Barn Theatre’s artistic director, Iwan Lewis, talks to Candia McKormack about a rather special project aimed at bringing the Cotswold community together in commemoration of the Great War’s fallen

Read more
Tuesday, October 30, 2018

The environmental charity set up to protect Stroud’s industrial heritage now enhances the lives of its own volunteers. Katie Jarvis meets chief executive Clare Mahdiyone to hear about her Cotswold Life

Read more
Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Alex Caccia was in two minds about setting up Animal Dynamics as a limited company, but a shark attack warning changed all of that. Tanya Gledhill meets a man on a mission to change propulsion, one animal at a time

Read more
Wednesday, October 17, 2018

He quit his job with a few thousand pounds in savings and an empty garage. In less than a year, Nick Grey’s technology company Gtech was flying. Tanya Gledhill meets him

Read more
Friday, October 5, 2018

How does it feel to interview Sir Michael Parkinson, the nation’s best-ever interviewer? Katie Jarvis takes a very deep breath – and finds out

Read more
Wednesday, September 19, 2018

When Charles Martell became the latest High Sheriff of Gloucestershire, he started discovering things about the county he never knew – not to mention things about himself, too. Katie Jarvis spoke to him about saw pits, walnuts, peaceable towns and pink-headed ducks

Read more

Newsletter Sign Up

Sign up to the following newsletters:

Sign up to receive our regular email newsletter

Our Privacy Policy


Topics of Interest

Food and Drink Directory A+ Education

Subscribe or buy a mag today

subscription ad

Local Business Directory

Property Search