Sigma Foundation – Camino di Santiago Sept 2023

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Helping, Caring, Sharing....this is what it's all about. Keith Marshall, the founder of the #Sigma Foundation together with Austin Cachia, made sure that the legacy of the late Dun Gorg Grima, kept growing, helping the needy children, building various schools and a hospital in Ethiopia and Kenya.

The Camino de Santiago, our fundraiser event, consists of walking approximately 120km in 5 consecutive days through a network of pilgrim paths that lead to the Cathedral of St James in Galicia, Northwest of Spain.

Preparation is Key! Regular and consistent training has now kicked in. For all my family and close friends who know me the most, know for sure, that for me this event is very challenging. Unfortunately we only have a training-window of approx. 18 weeks. I am determined to keep pushing for this good cause and get it over and done with even though this will be happening during the coming hot summer months.

With your generous donations, I am sure that together we will make a DIFFERENCE IN THE LIVES OF THE CHILDREN IN ETHIOPIA.

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  • Donated on May 08, 2023
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€100.00
raised of €1,500.00 goal
6% Funded
5 Donors

No more donations are being accepted at this time. Please contact the campaign owner if you would like to discuss further funding opportunities