Archive for ‘Thanks’


Thanks for Raffle Prizes

October 19th, 2018

We were so lucky to have been given a number of fab prizes for our School Dinner Raffle. We’d like to thank everyone who supported us so generously, including:

Kite Surfing - 3-hour kite surfing session/lesson
Thank you Francoise Colussi, PureMagic, Achill/Clontarf

One whole Achill Lamb - sourced from flocks grazing heather hills and seaweed shores
Thank you Grainne Calvey, Calvey’s Achill Mountain Lamb

Private Tour of Dublin Castle for up to 35 people
Thank you to Rosemary Collier and Fergal Martin at the OPW

Private tour of Farmleigh House and Estate (Ireland’s State Guest House) for up to 20 people
Thank you to Rosemary Collier and Fergal Martin at the OPW

Pilates Classes with Eva in her beautiful studio
Thank you to Eva Berg, The Secret Pilates Studio, Rathmichael

Vintage Tea Tour on board a Vintage Routemaster
Thank you to Karen Nixon

Free Range Organic Turkey
Thank you to Peter & David Caviston, Caviston’s Food Emporium, Glasthule

Luxury Shu Uemura hamper
Thank you to Georgina McEvoy

2 Fine Bottles of Wine
Thank you to Gerard Maguire, 64 Wine, Glasthule. 

Thanks also to a number of donors who strictly wished to stay anonymous.

Big Thanks to Bruce and Marianne

July 23rd, 2017

Marianne and Bruce Johnson

Big thanks to Marianne and Bruce Johnson who have been so generous and supportive towards Tuesday Trust. Bruce, being such a keen gardener and grower, has given us barrowloads of tools for our gardeners in Malawi.

Love and thanks.

Thuma Reserve volunteers help Mphizi women

February 24th, 2015

We’ve been so very, very lucky with some amazing support stories.

And we’re so appreciative of all the help we can get. Recently, the hard-working Scouts from Thuma Reserve generously donated a couple of hours and their expertise to help the women from Mphizi by putting up fencing and a sign. These guys are tough and quick, and in no time they’ve sectioned off 4 hectares with a four-tiered wire fence. Our mothers then start filling it in with thorns to keep goats out. The erection of the TT sign brings on spontaneous singing and clapping - it gives everyone a real sense of ownership of their project and makes us all feel proud.

So enormous thanks again to the team from the Reserve for being so generous, practical and helpful. Without this type of support - the crops would really have no chance. Goats are great, of course, but they can be real buggers.

Thumb Reserve Scouts
Volunteers put up fences
Tuesday Trust sign
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Thanks for the beans and fertiliser from anonymous supporter

February 23rd, 2015

A generous Malawian farmer outside Lilongwe heard of our project and kindly donated soya beans and fertiliser to our women’s group - and did not wish to be named. So on behalf of Mphizi - a sincere thank you.

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Good Luck to Brendan in Malawi

January 18th, 2014

Our great friend and supporter, gardener Brendan Cairney has generously just gone out to Salima in Malawi for another 2 months to work on the Patient Support Garden Project. It’s an amazing commitment by Brendan and his horticultural expertise will reap extraordinary rewards among the dozens of families involved. This is a life-changing, saving saving contribution. We’re looking forward to getting news back from him and maybe even a snap or two.

Thanks Brendan, travel safe and keep in touch.

Thanks to cloud infrastructure specialists, Another 9 for the laptop

November 11th, 2013

It’s amazing how generous people are with their time, money, expertise and equipment. Our heartfelt thanks goes to John O’Brien of Another 9 who very kindly donated a laptop to our Field Manager, Pindani Mfiti. This will make a huge difference to operations from here, and for someone as meticulous as Pindani, a real boon. And so we really appreciate it. Here’s the honorary first boot-up. #start

.Pindani at Laptop

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Generous Help from Curran Gardens and B&Q Ireland

October 25th, 2013

A heartfelt thanks to Philip Curran from Curran Gardens who stocked up Anne-Louise with lots of tools and other gardening supplies to bring out to Malawi this month. Philip sourced these courtesy of B&Q Ireland, so we’re enormously grateful to them also.

These sorts of simple, practical donations make a huge difference to our projects: we run a lean operation. And the women’s groups are ferocious workers for their families’ wellbeing. In the circumstances of their existence, it’s extraordinarily life-affirming. So we’re looking forward to seeing some photos from her field trip and the equipment being put through its paces which we’ll post here. Thanks again.

Curran Gardens

Thanks to Select Stores Dalkey

October 23rd, 2013

Big giant thanks (as ALK might say) to our friends at Select Stores in Dalkey for the garlic they kindly donated for Lucy at Ndi Moyo. She runs a fantastic, challenging palliative care centre, and every thing we do to help her is so appreciated.