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St Paul’s charitable committee supports Syrian refugees

St Paul’s charitable committee supports Syrian refugees

By Staff Writer - October 16, 2016

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The St Paul’s Charitable Donations Committee annual lunch took place on “Refugee Sunday”, following the 10:30 Sunday service on October 16. Some 50 members of the Saint Paul’s community and their guests, filled the church library for a meal, and €2600 was collected in support of two charities working with refugees: the Anglican Alliance, working through the Anglican chaplaincy in Athens, and iConnect Monaco whose efforts are focused on children in the camps in Turkey.

Two weeks ago, St Pauls Monte Carlo held a food drive of non-perishable food items and hygiene products in aid of the hot lunch programmes for the needy at the Fourneau Economique in Nice.

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