Volunteering enriches our world: let’s not change it!

Volunteering is a wonderful enriching experience for those who do it and for those who benefit from it!    What is it? The dictionary: “freely offer to do something”.  This is indeed a gift for society.  We need to maintain it as such and be on the alert for a system that is creeping in whereby volunteers are paid a salary or commission.   Let’s keep the gift of volunteering as its always been, a free service for the benefit of the community.  If volunteers are paid let’s not call them volunteers because de facto they are something different.  Maybe we need […]

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The Christmas Story in Art by Gabrielle Doyle

Art, Christmas, Fundraiser and Raffle went together to make a wonderful evening! The Christmas Story in Art by Gabrielle Doyle was an amazing tour de force of artists’ interpretation of the Christmas scenes from 2nd century frescos onwards. Light at this time of the year, as the days shorten even more, was so significant in the paintings, as in Correggio’s Holy Night where Christ was the source of light and everything else in deepening shadows.  Gabrielle explained the significance of the symbols in the paintings which brought them to life.  So too she drew attention to the influences of one […]

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New fundraising event – The Christmas Story in Art – Flyer

Christmas is almost here, and this year Aiding Resources have organized an interesting event to fundraise for our projects to support Ugandan women. Don’t miss this opportunity to enjoy the Christmas atmosphere through art, while having a positive impact on the life of other women! All welcome! Drop us a line at info@aidingresources.com

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Pearlcrest Charitable Project

After Kamalini’s photo report, here you have more photos showing Aiding Resources contribution to a better world. Pearlcrest Hospitality Training Institute kindly sent us pictures of a cooker bought using funds donated by Aiding Resources.  It’s a small donation that contributes to welfare of women in Uganda.

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