Charity initiative making face masks for Ireland Sewing Machines donated in 2019. (Pre Covid19) Last year hundreds of sewing machines were donated in Co. Louth to the Crosscause Charity Project in Ghana so that women could make clothes to help support their communities. Now those communities in the form of the "Global Mamas"
The View From Ghana - March 2020 As Asia, Europe and the USA are transfixed with the battle against the COVID19 virus - Crosscause continues it's battle against poverty on projects in Africa this March 2020. Conor Hughes has been caught up in delivering and distributing donated goods by the container loads in
Crosscause Fundraiser 2019 - Blackrock, Co. Louth UPDATE : RESCHEDULED DUE TO BETTER WEATHER This event is now back on from 11am on Friday 27th Dec 2019 in Blackrock, Co. Louth - Looks out for the Blackrock Penguins. ______________________________________________________ UPDATE : POSTPONED DUE TO POOR WEATHER The annual St Stephens Day Crosscause fundraiser
Christmas has arrived early at our Romanian Project where our charity aid lorries have arrived. Packed with over 5000 shoe boxes with gifts donated from all over Louth this means that alot of children will be sure to get a Christmas present. "Thanks to all those who donated - particularly from Blackrock" said Conor Hughes.
A big thanks to everyone who donated clothing and household items to the the Romania Appeal this November 2019. Driver Ciara Tinnely has set off on the journey to Romania this week with the lorry filled with clothes donations from peoople in Blackrock and around Louth. The winters in Romania are particularly harsh so every
St Stephens Day Fundraiser 2018 Blackrock, Co. Louth, Ireland - 11am to 5pm This year any funds raised via the annual St Stephens Day fundraiser in Blackrock, Co. Louth will go towards a new eye treatment clinic in Ghana. The photos below show eye operation microscopes donated to a clinic -
Here unloaded from the container are the 435 Irish sewing machine, which have been gathered here over the last 10 months. A sewing machine can be a living for a family in Ghana and the distribution has begun.the first group to get machines are a group of mothers with special needs kids. Such kids can