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The Cuthbert Crawl

Location Lossiemouth, Scotland 
Date:
08 Jun 2010

Where you live, shouldn't determine how you live - and although Bono may be getting the best treatment in the world for his sore back, children in Africa get no such luxuries.

I'm Andrew, a Sociology student from the University of Abertay Dundee, and campaigning against extreme poverty in the Third World has always been something I feel very strongly about.

That's why I'm swimming on the 8th of June to raise money to combat malaria in developing countries.
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Quick link to this page: https://www.AgainstMalaria.com/cuthbertcrawl
 
Distributions this page helped fund
# LLINs Location CountryWhen By whomStatus  
2,510   Ulolo and surrounding villages, Phalombe Malawi Aug-Oct 10 Logo Concern Universal Status
5,710   Central Plateau 2 Haiti Oct 10-Jan 11 Logo Partners In Health Status

 SponsorDateLocationAmount£Gift AidMessageDistributions
Cuthbert Family 02 Jun 10 Moray £10.00 £10.00 £2.82 Good luck andrewtje Click here to see details of the distribution in Haiti which this donation has helped to fundflag Status 59
Fam Van den Burg 01 Jun 10 Vianen €20.00 £16.96   good luck en greetings from Annie, Mirande, Henri, Lars en Isa Click here to see details of the distribution in Haiti which this donation has helped to fundflag Status 611
DE 31 May 10 Glasgow £10.00 £10.00 £2.82 Click here to see details of the distribution in Malawi which this donation has helped to fundflag Status 47
Asger Feddersen 26 May 10 Ribe £10.00 £10.00   Click here to see details of the distribution in Haiti which this donation has helped to fundflag Status 35
Andi Watson 26 May 10 Aberdeen £5.00 £5.00 £1.41 Good Luck! Click here to see details of the distribution in Haiti which this donation has helped to fundflag Status 24
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       

Subtotal  £ 51.96
Gift Aid  £ 7.05
Total raised  £ 59.02