Tea party to raise funds for the Meru Women’s Garden Project in Kenya

The Bath club got together on Sunday afternoon for a social gathering to raise money for the Federation Project, the Meru Women’s Garden Project in Kenya. this project helps women in poor areas to educate an increase their skills and knowledge so that they can be more efficient in food production thus reducing extreme hunger.

They can then produce their own crops, selling them and helping girls to attend school so that they are not hungry and better able to learn. The creation of breakfast Clubs will further reduce hunger at school and the girls will learn to provide sustainable food gardens. this will hopefully cascade down to future generations.

We were also able to take a look at our archives which date back to 1925 when Bath was a Venture club. It’s going to take a while to archive these documents whilst making for interesting reading.

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