Fascinating Aida and Massive Violin’s concert for Romilly – a really great evening.

Fascinating Aida, supported by Massive Violins gave us a really great evening.  There were a lot of happy faces.  Thank you Fascinating Aida and Thank you Massive Violins, and thanks to all who came and to all those who did not but donated to Romilly all the same.

And thank you to all those who worked so hard to make such a great evening.

A date for your diaries:

Massive Violins Kickstart Christmas, at Cecil Sharp House, Camden, London, 12th December. Tickets available from the Massive Violins website.

Street Child to Carpenter – One week to Fascinating Aida’s concert for homeless children

Christopher Mulenga of Friends of the Street Children has sent me this photograph of Zacharia graduating.  Zacharia came to the street in 1999 when he was 9 years old. According to Christopher, his parents were drunks and did not care about him. He started attending the open air street corner classes provided by Friends of Street Children (FOSC), and then went into one of FOSC’s residential homes. After a few weeks he ran away. FOSC did not lose contact with Zacharia, and found him a place at a local school where he studied construction and carpentry. He graduated and was given a set of carpentry tools, which he sold a few days later in order to pay for food.Zac ended up on the streets again, but he kept in touch with FOSC. When he was 16  FOSC found him a place at another school. They paid for his accommodation and fees, and once he graduated helped him find work. He is now employed on a building site as a roofer.

Help fund FOSC and the excellent work they do by buying tickets to  FASCINATING AIDA’S  concert for street children. Only 6 days to go. Still a few tickets left.

FASCINATING AIDA

with Massive Violins

At the New 20th Century Theatre, 291 Westbourne Grove, London W11 2QA
7.30 p.m. 3rd December 2012
Tickets £40. Includes white wine and smoked salmon.

RESERVATIONS 0208 994 854

All proceeds to the care of homeless children in Africa. Romilly’s Foundation pays no European salaries