Not all heroes wear caps, some are making positive impacts in the community quiet and deserves to be loudly applauded.
British Chris Woodhall has just launched a food station to serve as a way of providing funds for the less privileged in Rwandan communities.
On Friday, 26th of January, the Ely food station was launched at the city’s Railway Station in partnership with Cafe Praego, and the point foundation by the mayor, councillor Richard Hobbs.
The food station serves coffee produced in Rwanda and for each bag of coffee bought, £3 goes to the Rwandan communities to provide funds for over 76 disabled children to provide transport and other school necessities. the money is also used to pay for three specialist teachers to stand as an aid for these disabled, less privileged children.
At the event, Councillor Hobbs applauded the owner for this achievement that is bound to make the city flourish.
“I am pleased to welcome a new business helping a worthwhile charity. I’m sure it will be an asset to travellers and the community”he said.
Well Done Chris Woodhall, We Celebrate Yours Kind Heart And Impact