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Saoirse-Monica’s Hope Bracelets (as seen on Derry Girls)

£5.00

Price includes postage & packaging

SAOIRSE-MONICA’S HOPE BRACELETS 

Would you like to get your hands on one of these?

These bracelets were handmade by the Childhood Development Organisation, our grassroots partner in Tanzania’s Morogoro region and represent a message of hope!
 
You can buy this bracelet here, all proceeds will be invested in the pre-school education programme that CDO and Children in Crossfire deliver together.
 
Thank you to Saoirse and the entire Derry Girls cast and crew for including these bracelets within the costumes for series.
 

Grab yours now!! And tag us in your photos with #DerryGirlsHOPE

PLEASE NOTE: Paypal is the payment provider. You will be redirected to Paypal but DO NOT require a Paypal account.

Gift Cards

£5.00£10.00

Introducing Children in Crossfire’s ‘Give the Gift’ Cards

Choose from 3 options and give the gift of Education, Play or Water.

 

Give the gift of education.

£10/€12: This gift will help pay for books and stationery for 20 children.

£5/€6: This gift will help pay for books and stationery for 10 children.

 

Give the gift of play.

£10/€12: This gift will help pay for toys to stimulate learning for 4 children.

£5/€6: This gift will help pay for toys to stimulate learning for 2 children.

 

Give the gift of water. 

£10/£12: This gift  will help provide safe, clean water for 2 schoolchildren in Tanzania.

£5/€6: This gift will help provide safe, clean water for 1 schoolchild in Tanzania.

Concert: The Unanswered Question: Music and Poetry of Searching and Peace

£20.00

Join us in the beautiful surroundings of the Guildhall in Derry/Londonderry on Sunday 20th November.

Led by the renowned director Brian MacKay, The Unanswered Question: Music and Poetry of Searching and Peace will bring together the Irish Doctors Choir and Orchestra Northwest for what promises to be an unmissable one-off concert.

The concert will be held in the stunning Main Hall and will commence at 4pm sharp following opening remarks by Children in Crossfire CEO Richard Moore.

Tickets cost £20/€22.50 each and all proceeds will support our healthcare and education programmes in Ethiopia and Tanzania.