From seeing how our children are developing, the amazing support we get from our fundraisers to understanding the ins and out of running Open Arms, we’ve got it covered here.
In July students from Downe House School in Kent will visit Malawi and volunteer at Open Arms. They put a lot of work into a fabulous fundraising ball and the results were fantastic!
It’s 5 years since Open Arms has been lucky enough to get a place in the London Marathon but this year Billy Rudolph will be running for us on 28th April.
We’ve all talked about how we’d like to do more, support charities, get fit and really see the world but you don’t often get the opportunity to. With Cycle Malawi, your opportunity is right here!
Swimming 65km around Bermuda…for fun…is he serious? Yes. Dmitri Haas was very serious - but it was for two great causes!
When the idea of a charity cycle ride in Malawi was first suggested there were all sorts of reasons for it to be a good idea. Read part one of this two part blog to hear about the ups and downs of Cycle Malawi.
Read on for part two of this two part story and hear how this epic five day challenge ended with cyclists, staff and the children of Open Arms Malawi.
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