Saturday, June 14, 2008

Social and Community Entrepreneurs

Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Media Man Australia - Disasters and Survivors

Thursday, April 26, 2007

Disaster Resources and Environment News

Media Man Australia Profiles

Disasters

Environmentalists and the environment

Best Regards
Greg Tingle
Director
Media Man Australia
e: greg@mediaman.com.au
w: www.mediaman.com.au

Friday, April 06, 2007

Media Man Australia Disaster Directory Updated

The Media Man Australia Disaster profile directory has been updated.
Best Regards
Greg Tingle
Director
Media Man Australia

Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Scotland - Australian - Baghdad Connection

Keep up the great work. All the best from "down under".

Greg "Disaster" Tingle
Media Director
World Disaster Help

Monday, October 17, 2005

golf : Caledonian Charity Challenge from St Andrews and Carnoustie

St Andrews Golf Vacations Ltd, Affiliates and Sponsors would proudly like to officially announce the Launch of Scotland's Newest Golf Event and Vacation all in one :
'The Caledonian Charity Challenge' Sponsored by Dollar Thrifty UK Car Rental being held June 2006 over some of Scotland's Finest Golf Courses including St Andrews, Carnoustie, Gleneagles and Scotscraig and More ... with Daily Prizes to be won

Carnoustie Championship Golf Links has been chosen to host Big Break IV,and is currently being aired on the Golf Channel being watched by a massive 80 Million Viewers
Carnoustie Championship Golf Links is also the venue of the 2007 British Open
Colin McLeod, Head of Golf Operations at Carnoustie 'has made Championship Golf Tourism Affordable for the visiting Tourist offering unbelievable value for money at the Worlds Toughest test of Golf by putting together Packages that make Golfing dreams come true'

Steve Cooke & Graham Murray from St Andrews Golf Vacations Ltd, thought up the idea in August 2005, on the back of a meeting with David Hayman, well known Actor and Film Director and Director of Operations at No Nonsense Glasgow based Charity 'Spirit Aid' , who's Work spreads from Local Community Projects Helping Children, to mobile Medical Units in Afghanistan and more recently Post Tsunami Continuing to help, fund and support an Orphanage in Sri Lanka

It is hoped enough £20,000+ (about $35,000 USA) be raised and donated to Spirit Aid to help Fight Poverty and Starvation in Africa during this event. David Hayman will be in Africa in the near future and Investigating what work can be done from the money in light of the Starvation and Poverty that is starting to be reported in some regions of the continent

A truly International event already with a Pakistan Resident Golf professional, a sales and marketing team at the American home of golf, North Caralina, and further sales and marketing units based in Asia and Australasia , and web support from MDM Solutions UK

Over the past 18 Months Steve & Graham have developed www.scotlandgolftouring.com ,getting it to the top of the search engines on limited resources and funds employing a webmaster from California, Richard Steward from co-opwebhosting ,have over the months got one of the most Powerful Golf Tourism websites in Scotland, hoping to entice entrants Worldwide

The whole week is Structured as though the Players are Professional Golfers with a lot being done for them off the Course, Spouse are even invited along, the only difference being the AFFORDABLE pricing of the Event, and incredible attention to detail

Steve Cooke MD of the Company also founder and Manager of the World Famous 'Barbers Pole' in St Andrews which has just celebrated 10 years in Business
Earlier this year in January 2005, Steve Travelled to Sri Lanka and helped several People get back on their feet
On his return, prominent Solicitors in St Andrews Rollo Davidson and Mcfarlane offered to Sponsor Steve to start his own Charity, which was supported by St Andrews Merchants Association where he has sat for an executive for 10 years.

Steve made a decision to add about a Dollar (60 Pence) onto each Haircut Supporting 3 different Charities, explaining ' A little bit and often goes a long way, over £1000 being Raised per month directly from the Home of Golf St Andrews'
'In the past month alone we have helped Starving in Malawi, and got 7 Tsunami Affected Widows back to work' Steve says,
'I'm sure there must be other Barbers, Hairdressers, and small Businesses Worldwide who could adopt this?
The fantastic thing is the money goes DIRECTLY where its supposed to and not down some Black Hole'

Clients enjoy a Free Nip of Whisky with every Haircut, which is very popular with Visiting Tourists, Locals and Students !

Media and Press Please Contact

Steve Cooke - Managing Director
St Andrews Golf Vacations Ltd SC286883
134 South Street
St Andrews
Fife. KY15 7BA
Scotland

Telephone : +44 1337 858888
Email : contact@scotlandgolftouring.com

www.caledoniancharitychallenge.com An Event and Golf Vacations all in One !!
www.scotlandgolftouring.com Affordable Golf Vacations direct from St Andrews

www.cybersnips.com Barbers Pole St Andrews 'Each Haircut helps fight poverty and suffering'

www.worlddisasterhelp.org Fundraising arm of the Barbers Pole
www.spiritaid.org.uk A charity with Integrity

Saturday, September 03, 2005

Barbers Pole have raised £3642 0r $6,708.17 USA Raised since 8th June 2005

Been away in North Carolina for a few days visiting my friend Henry the Hobbit Golfer and his wonderful wife Jodi, sorting some biz out, and some more Charity fundraising events for 2006 (more to be revealed soon)
Met David Hayman yesterday, and issued a cheque to Spirit Aid for £800

£321 and £276 to add to the running totals for the past 2 weeks I've not been able to report

Sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ............. Thanks to the wonderful ladies of the Barbers Pole (and Customers)

The Barbers Pole St Andrews is doing its bit to help fight Poverty and Hardship

£3642 0r $6,708.17 USA Raised since 8th June 2005

80p a Haircut going to charity and donations by the the Customers of the Barbers Pole St Andrews Scotland

Coversion used xe.com Universal Currency Converter ®

Split between worthy charities

World Disaster Help and Samadana-M (Sri Lanka)

Malawi African Charity

Spirit Aid (Worldwide Humanitarian Aid)



HELPING MAKE POVERTY HISTORY
www.makepovertyhistory.org
www.worlddisasterhelp.org

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Donated money so far in 2005 :

£600 - to Malawi

£600 - to Keepers of the Green

£600 - Has been Donated to Sri Lanka and Muzza Cader - Samadana/m

£800 - Has been donated to Spirit Aid and David Hayman

PLUS .............

over 500 children helped to take year 5 exams

Several other People got back to work in Sri Lanka in early 2005

£1000 donated to Spirit Aid thanks largely to Emma Lothian from Beccles and her Deaf club friends

an extra Donation to Sri Lanka of £300 by the Barbers Pole
and a Further £250 donated By Emma to get Tsunami Widows back to work post Tsunami

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Monday, August 22, 2005

Barbers Pole have raised - £3045 0r $5,483.83 USA Raised since 8th June 2005

The Barbers Pole St Andrews is doing its bit to help fight Poverty and Hardship

£3045 0r $5,483.83 USA Raised since 8th June 2005

80p a Haircut going to charity and donations by the the Customers of the Barbers Pole St Andrews Scotland

Coversion used xe.com Universal Currency Converter ®

Split between worthy charities

World Disaster Help and Samadana-M (Sri Lanka)

Malawi African Charity

Spirit Aid (Worldwide Humanitarian Aid)



HELPING MAKE POVERTY HISTORY
www.makepovertyhistory.org
www.worlddisasterhelp.org

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Donated money so far in 2005 :

£600 - has already gone to Malawi

£600 - Has been donated to Keepers of the Green

£600 - Has been Donated to Sri Lanka and Muzza Cader - Samadana/m

PLUS .............

over 500 children helped to take year 5 exams
Several People got back to work in Sri Lanka
£1000 donated to Spirit Aid thanks largely to Emma Lothian from Beccles and her Deaf club friends
an extra Donation to Sri Lanka of £300 by the Barbers Pole
and a Further £250 donated By Emma to get Tsunami Widows back to work post Tsunami

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Saturday, August 13, 2005

Barbers Pole have raised - £2717 0r $4,930.81 USD Raised since 8th June 2005

The Barbers Pole St Andrews is doing its bit to help fight Poverty and Hardship

£2717 0r $4,930.81 USD Raised since 8th June 2005

80p a Haircut going to charity and donations by the the Customers of the Barbers Pole St Andrews Scotland

Coversion used xe.com Universal Currency Converter ®

Split between worthy charities

World Disaster Help and Samadana-M (Sri Lanka)

Malawi African Charity

Spirit Aid (Worldwide Humanitarian Aid)



HELPING MAKE POVERTY HISTORY
www.makepovertyhistory.org
www.worlddisasterhelp.org

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Donated money so far in 2005 :

£600 - has already gone to Malawi

£600 - Has been donated to Keepers of the Green

£600 - Has been Donated to Sri Lanka and Muzza Cader - Samadana/m

PLUS .............

over 500 children helped to take year 5 exams
Several People got back to work in Sri Lanka
£1000 donated to Spirit Aid thanks largely to Emma Lothian from Beccles and her Deaf club friends
an extra Donation to Sri Lanka of £300 by the Barbers Pole
and a Further £250 donated By Emma to get Tsunami Widows back to work

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Sunday, August 07, 2005

Barbers Pole Customers have Raised £2432 0r $4,327.52 USD Raised since 8th June 2005

The Barbers Pole St Andrews is doing its bit to help fight Poverty and Hardship

£2432 0r $4,327.52 USD Raised since 8th June 2005

80p a Haircut going to charity and donations by the the Customers of the Barbers Pole St Andrews Scotland

Coversion used xe.com Universal Currency Converter ®

Split between worthy charities

World Disaster Help and Samadana-M (Sri Lanka)

Malawi African Charity

Spirit Aid (Worldwide Humanitarian Aid)



HELPING MAKE POVERTY HISTORY
www.makepovertyhistory.org
www.worlddisasterhelp.org


Donated money so far in 2005 :

£600 - has already gone to Malawi

£600 - Has been donated to Keepers of the Green

£600 - Has been Donated to Sri Lanka and Muzza Cader - Samadana/m

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£1800 from the above total has gone to where it is needed

Wednesday, August 03, 2005

£2273 0r $4,039.70 USD Raised since 8th June 2005 from the Barbers Pole St Andrews

The Barbers Pole St Andrews is doing its bit to help fight Poverty and Hardship

£2273 0r $4,039.70 USD Raised since 8th June 2005

80p a Haircut going to charity and donations by the the Customers of theBarbers Pole St Andrews Scotland

Coversion used xe.com Universal Currency Converter ®

Split between 4 charities

Keepers of the Green (St Andrews Scotland)
World Disaster Help and Samadana-M (Sri Lanka)
Malawi African Charity
Spirit Aid (Worldwide Humanitarian Aid)



HELPING MAKE POVERTY HISTORY
www.makepovertyhistory.org
www.worlddisasterhelp.org

Thursday, July 28, 2005

£1996.00 0r $3,507.13 USD Raised since 8th June 2005 going to Good Causes at Home and Abroad - The Barbers Pole Helping Fight Poverty

The Barbers Pole St Andrews is doing its bit to help fight Poverty and Hardship

£1996.00 0r $3,507.13 USD Raised since 8th June 2005

80p a Haircut going to charity and donations by the the Customers of theBarbers Pole St Andrews Scotland

Coversion used xe.com Universal Currency Converter ®

Split between 4 charities

Keepers of the Green (St Andrews Scotland)
World Disaster Help and Samadana-M (Sri Lanka)
Malawi African Charity
Spirit Aid (Worldwide Humanitarian Aid)



HELPING MAKE POVERTY HISTORY
www.makepovertyhistory.org
www.worlddisasterhelp.org

Sunday, July 24, 2005

WORLDWIDE REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE JULY 24th 2005 - LETS GET THESE PEOPLE SOME HELP ??

LIVELIHOOD PROJECT – BASIC INFORMATION

REQUEST FOR ASSISTANT


1 - KRISHNAPILLA KUNAMATHI - Poultry Project

Krishnapilla Kunamathi is a female of 22 years residing at Weaving Centre Fourth Road in Akkarapattu-07. She is not married and has an elder sister. Her father K. Krishnapillai had died long before the tsunami. Her mother, K. Thavarasi born on April 18th in the year 1951 survived with her left leg being broken. Kunamathi survived with forehead and knee injuries.

The house in which they lived was completely destroyed causing a total loss of house and property to the worth of around 4300 US Dollars. They also lost jewelries and clothes worth around 150 US Dollars.

This is what she said to us:

“I lived in my native house with my 55 years old sick mother when the tsunami waves destroyed house completely. We were left with nothing to live. My mother is now living in a camp with my elder sister.
I can not live in the camp due to various problems that arise within the camps, specially concerning young women. I am only 22 years of age. At present I am living with my relatives.


Nature of Project and Assistance seeking for

She has sufficient skills on poultry farming but does not have the capital fund to start this project. She is also able to do sewing and also has the necessary skills.

She is looking for about 250 US Dollars to start this project.
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2- ANNANTHARAJA RAJITHA – Bakery Project

Annantharaja RAJITHA, a female of 20 years living in Thampaddai in Akkarapattu, is a member of family of four. She is not married. She has a sister of 18 years. Her father, Anantharaja, aged 48 is living but her mother Mahalakshmi, was killed by the tsunami waves at the age of 41 years. Her father, her sister and herself were badly injured by tsunami. The whole family underwent a long period of troma due the loss of Mahalakshmi and the shock they faced. Her father’s hands and thigh were injured and her sister Vinoja has been effected mentally due to the loss of her mother. Rajitha herself were injured all over the body. Being a social worker, Rajitha was able give the courageous support to the family during the time of the disaster.

The family completely lost two of their houses worth 10,000 US Dollars and the bakery with all the equipment valued at 2500 US Dollars was washed away. They also lost jewelry worth around 450 US Dollars.

This is what she said to us:

“I am 20 years old and lost 7 members of my immediate family members including my mother. They are my cousins and in laws. I do not have a place to live now and therefore have been forced to live with my aunt. My sister is still schooling and next year she will be sitting for the G.C.E. ( Advanced Level) [ the university entrance exams ] next year. My father has taken up to alcohol as he could not bear the loss of his partner. I have been forced to take up the responsibility of the future of my sister.

Nature of Project and Assistance seeking for

She had been running a bakery with the support of his cousin. This cousin of his also lost his mother and sister. He lives is a very helpless and desperate condition. In order to re-start the bakery they need at least 1000 US dollars.
They have managed to raise 500 US Dollars. If someone is prepared to bridge the gap then the bakery could be started and a life support be given.
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3. SELVARAJA MENAKA - Mobile Business or Sewing Project

Selvaraja MENAKA of Batian Road , Akkarapattu, is a unmarried female. She is a member of a family of five. Her father Selvaraja is aged 50 years and mother Sarasvathi also of the same age. She has a sister by the name of Roomiya and is 15 year of age and is schooling. No one of her family died but her father and mother suffered very badly injuries..

The house in which they lived was living was destroyed by the tsunami tidal waves and all of her household belongings were stolen by thieves. The family owned a push bicycle this too was taken away by the sea. The house was valued at 5000 US Dollars

This is what she said to us:

“ We are a daily wage earning family. My father is the only bread winner and he works as a cooli ( labourer ) Unfortunately he cannot do this work now as he is injured..

Nature of Project and Assistance seeking for

The family hopes to engage in a mobile business using a push bicycle. The assistance sort is a push cycle that would cost around 80 US Dollars and cash to the value to 150 US dollars as capital for the business.

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4 - KANAPATHIPILLAI KAMALADEVI – Micro business Project


Kanapathipillai Kamaladevi living along the Central Road in Karathivu is a unmarried female of 32 years. She is a member of a family of four. Her father Kanapathi is aged 72 years and mother Kannamani is 61 years. She has a sister of 25 years called Sasikala. Non of the family member died but all were very badly injured. Her fatheres leg and shoulder were injured and is now unmovable. Her mother suffered leg injuries, while her sister and herself suffered injuries in the arm.

What they have lost is the house, a push bicycle, money and household goods to the value of 500 US dollars. .

This is what she said to us:

“ We had been living with my sick mother in our native house until the tsunami destroyed it. Now my father, mother and sister are living in a refugees camp. My father is a difficult person. Due to various problem that occur within the camp a unmarried women of 32 years find it difficult to live there. As such I am now living in the house of a relative.”

Nature of Project and Assistance seeking for

She wants to start a micro business along with sewing. The assistance sort is 300 US Dollars to meet these expenses.

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5. ARUMUGAM CHITRA DEVI – Mirco Business and sewing Project

Arumugam CHITRADEVI, a female and a member of a family of four lives in Thampiya Road in Karathivu. She is married and is living with her husband. Her father, Arumugam is 78 years old and her mother Sithapillai is 67 years old. All of them were injured by the tsunami but no loss of live.

There house that was valued around 4000 US Dollars and Jewelry value around 400 Dollars were lost.

This is what she said to us:

“ My parents, my husband and me are living in one small zink hut in the camp. The space is not enough to live for even two person. We are a married couple and still have no children and do not have any privacy. This is causing us great difficulty in leading a family life with a lot of mental agony.

Nature of Project and Assistance seeking for

Want to start a micro business along with sewing and needs 300 US dollars.

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6. ARULAMPALAM SUYANTHI - Micro Business Project

Living is Karathivu SUYANTHI is a member of a family of three and a unmarried women. Her father Arulampalam is 75 years and her mother Sarasvathi is 47 years. All of them sustained serious injuries by the tsunami. Her mothers shoulder and the leg has been broken and Suyanthi’s hand broken.

There house was destroyed causing a loss of 5000 US Dollars and the loss of jewelry around 500 US dollars.

This is what she said to us:

“ We are now living in a camp in a small structure. This is not a place suitable for me to stay. All cultural values and the family structure is being destroyed here. There are many incidents happening against women and children within the camp and there is no security. I like move out of this camp as soon as possible, if I can do some self-employment to support ourselves.

Nature of Project and Assistance seeking for

Want to start a micro business along with sewing and needs 400 US dollars

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7. MOHAMED FALEE RASITHA- Poultry Farm Project.

Mohamed Faleel RASITHA is a unmarried women of 30 years. She lives with her parents and brothers and sisters in Mustafa Puram in Ninthavur. In total there are six members in their family including herself. Her father Faleel, is 56 years old and her mother Subaitha is 52 years. She has two brothers aged 32 years and 23 years and one sister aged 25 years. No one in their family died but her32 years old brother Mawjood and her mother suffered severe injuries. Her brothers arm and leg has been broken and is not able to move while her mother suffered severe head injuries. The family house was completely destroyed causing a loss around 6000 US Dollars. Further they lost all the jewelry and a motorcycle value at 1400 US Dollars.
This is what she said to us:

“ Our house is located 220 meters away from the sea. The tidal waves came inland upto 350 meters at one uniform speed and then it spread to another 400 meters. My sister and myself were at my uncle’s house and my father gone to the paddy field when the waves came in. One of my brother had gone out somewhere. It was only my mother and my elder brother who were in the house. They could not do anything other than to run for their life. While they ran, they fell down and sustained the injuries. Some of the household goods were washed away by the sea while the rest were stolen by thieves.

Nature of Project and Assistance seeking for

She has good knowledge and experience in poultry farming. One of her cousin sister has offered a piece of land to start the poultry farm industry. She needs 400 US Dollars to start this poultry project.

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8. M. SUHASINI – Sewing Project

SUHASINI is a member of a family of three. She is a female of 24 years and not married. Both her parents are living and sustained leg and arm injuries by the tsunami tidal waves.

They suffered a property loss around 8000 US Dollars and jewelry around 1000 US dollars.

This is what she said to us:

“ I am the last one in my family. When the tsunami tidal waves stuck I was in my uncle’s hjouse. His house is very closed to the sea ( around 50 meters) . I was washed to the sea and was fighting in the water for about 5 minutes until someone came and saved my life. Immediately I was taken to the hospital. I was sent home after 24 hours but there was no home. I searched for my father and mother and later came to know they were in the camp. When I went there I saw him lying on the ground with a broken hand and my mother was crying. I was earning some living by sewing and now I found that the sewing machine and my jewelries lost.

Nature of Project and Assistance seeking for

She wants to re-start her sewing and tailoring business. She seeks 250 US Dollars to purchase a sewing machine and raw materials.

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9. YOUSUF LEBBE FALEELA - Poultry Farm Project

Yousuf Lebbe FALEELA lives alone with her sick mother, Saviruumma who is 64 years old. Her father had died long ago. Her family had been supported by an uncle who also lost his life due to tsunami. Faleela is not married. Bother her mother and she suffered severe injuries on their arm and leg.

The losses caused to the house and other properties is around 8000 US Dollars and Jewelry worth around 1250 US Dollars.

This is what she said to us:

“ My house is situated 300 meters away from the sea. Along with my mother and me an uncle of mine was staying with us and supporting. By the tidal was his life was lost. Now I am staying with my sick mother who is very feeble. She is also now mentally unbalanced. The is no way to support our lives. When the waves came in, I ran out of my house carrying my mother. My sewing machine and 67 hens that were in the poultry were taken by someone.

Nature of Project and Assistance seeking for

She is well experienced in poultry farming and tailoring. She is expecting US Dollars 250 to start her income generation project.
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SPIRIT AID - A Celebration of Human Spirit


A Celebration of Human Spirit


MISSION STATEMENT

Spirit Aid is a Glasgow based Humanitarian Relief Organisation dedicated to the Children of the Earth whose lives have been devastated by war, genocide, abuse, poverty, and lack of opportunity, at home and abroad.

Every 2 seconds, somewhere in the world, a child dies of hunger.
Our mission simple
To raise Humanitarian Relief funding for Children, through events and campaigns- press, media, communities and schools. All related to specific projects at home and abroad.


*In 2002 we made two trips to Kosovo in partnership with ‘Glasgow the Caring City’. We took teams of firemen, nurses and builders. We helped refurbish 2 primary schools and a community house. Took aid into Plemintina refugee camp and medical supplies and treatment to the orphanages.

* In November of 2001 we funded the digging of a well in Guinea Bissau, West Africa, to provide a township of 45,000 people with fresh drinking water for the first time. We also built an irrigation system to sustain the crop fields.

*In 2003/4 through our ‘Children of the Rubble’ Appeal we raised money to take medical teams into the area of Baglan Province in Northeast Afghanistan. It is an area of 500,000 people who have no access to medical services, limited educational opportunities and a life span of 43 years. David Hayman our Head of Operations has made three trips to Baglan to assemble and manage the medical teams who examined and treated over 20,000 people. In October of 2004 we established the first ‘mobile clinic’ in the Hindu Kush Mountains of Baglan. It is now in constant demand and the medical staff treat hundreds of patients, mainly women and children, every week.

*In March of 2005 we headed for Hikkadua in southwest Sri Lanka to work with the tsunami victims. We built 5 fishing boats at a cost of £2,250 each. Each boat provides for 15 families, approx 100-150 people. We adopted an orphanage that we are developing by establishing a farm, a carpentry workshop, and a metal workshop to train the orphans in basic skills and we are expanding the orphanage by building a girls dormitory.
We subsidised 100 acres of rice and 100 acres of vegetables, we kick started over a dozen small businesses and on a daily basis, delivered immediate humanitarian relief, in the form of rice, cooking pots, mosquito nets, bedding, medicines and toiletries, to communities of people in desperate need. In July of 2005 a team of 5 Spirit Aid members headed back to Hikkadua to spend a month working with children and young people in the displaced peoples camps and orphanages. On August 7 another team of 6 head for Sri Lanka with £10,000 to spend on humanitarian aid.


*‘Shooters’ is our filmmaking arm that exists to produce films and videos with vulnerable young people in Scotland, including asylum seekers and refugees. We put the young people through a 3-month introduction to all aspects of media including camera, sound, editing, acting, scriptwriting and music. So far we have made 10 films with a total of over 50 youngsters. We are actively engaged in providing ‘follow through advice and support’ for any young person who wishes to further their involvement in the media industry.

* Every Christmas we deliver hundreds of hampers full of gifts, toys, sweets and clothes to really vulnerable families through our Children’s Christmas Hamper Appeal. Last year we managed to deliver, on Christmas Eve, to 400 people who normally would not have had a Christmas. This year we hope to reach many more.

Our aid partners are Aid International, Halo Trust and World Disaster Help

Liz Cameron, Lord Provost of Glasgow is Spirit Aid’s Patron

We are supported by :

Caledonian University
Stowe College
La Plante Productions
Paisley University
BAFTA Scotland
NUJ
Glasgow City Council

The Lord Provosts Office
S.T.U.C
and Hannay Recycling support Spirit Aid.

Our Directors include :

Bill Spiers, Gen. Sec STUC and John Ferguson, Chair, Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations.

£1811.00 0r $3,149.89 USD Raised since 8th June 2005 Raised since 8th June 2005 at the Barbers Pole St Andrews

The Barbers Pole St Andrews is doing its bit to help fight Poverty and Hardship

£1811.00 0r $3,149.89 USD Raised since 8th June 2005

80p a Haircut going to charity and donations by the the Customers of theBarbers Pole St Andrews Scotland

Coversion used xe.com Universal Currency Converter ®

Split between 4 charities

Keepers of the Green (St Andrews Scotland)
World Disaster Help and Samadana-M (Sri Lanka)
Malawi African Charity
Spirit Aid (Worldwide Humanitarian Aid)



HELPING MAKE POVERTY HISTORY
www.makepovertyhistory.org
www.worlddisasterhelp.org

Wednesday, July 20, 2005

£1638.00 0r $2,853.57 USD Raised since 8th June 2005 Raised since 8th June 2005 at the Barbers Pole St Andrews

The Barbers Pole St Andrews is doing its bit to help fight Poverty and Hardship

£1638.00 0r $2,853.57 USD Raised since 8th June 2005

80p a Haircut going to charity and donations by the the Customers of theBarbers Pole St Andrews Scotland

Coversion used xe.com Universal Currency Converter ®

Split between 4 charities

Keepers of the Green (St Andrews Scotland)
World Disaster Help and Samadana-M (Sri Lanka)
Malawi African Charity
Spirit Aid (Worldwide Humanitarian Aid)



HELPING MAKE POVERTY HISTORY
www.makepovertyhistory.org
www.worlddisasterhelp.org

Saturday, July 16, 2005

£1543.00 0r $2,704.57 USD Raised since 8th June 2005 Raised since 8th June 2005 at the Barbers Pole St Andrews

The Barbers Pole St Andrews is doing its bit to help fight Poverty and Hardship

£1543.00 0r $2,704.57 USD Raised since 8th June 2005

80p a Haircut going to charity and donations by the the Customers of theBarbers Pole St Andrews Scotland

Coversion used xe.com Universal Currency Converter ®

Split between 4 charities

Keepers of the Green (St Andrews Scotland)
World Disaster Help and Samadana-M (Sri Lanka)
Malawi African Charity
Spirit Aid (Worldwide Humanitarian Aid)



HELPING MAKE POVERTY HISTORY
www.makepovertyhistory.org
www.worlddisasterhelp.org

Sunday, July 10, 2005

£1226.00 0r $2,130.47 USD Raised since 8th June 2005 at the Barbers Pole St Andrews

The Barbers Pole St Andrews is doing its bit to help fight Poverty and Hardship


£1226.00 0r $2,130.47 USD Raised since 8th June 2005

80p a Haircut going to charity and donations by the the Customers of theBarbers Pole St Andrews Scotland

Coversion used xe.com Universal Currency Converter ®

Split between 4 charities

Keepers of the Green (St Andrews Scotland)
World Disaster Help and Samadana-M (Sri Lanka)
Malawi African Charity
Spirit Aid (Worldwide Humanitarian Aid)



HELPING MAKE POVERTY HISTORY
www.makepovertyhistory.org
www.worlddisasterhelp.org

Thursday, July 07, 2005

£1117.00 0r $1,947.32 USD Raised in a month at the Barbers Pole St Andrews

The Barbers Pole St Andrews is doing its bit to help fight Poverty and Hardship


£1117.00 0r $1,947.32 USD Raised in a month
80p a Haircut going to charity and donations by the the Customers of theBarbers Pole St Andrews Scotland

Coversion used xe.com Universal Currency Converter ®

Split between 4 charities





HELPING MAKE POVERTY HISTORY
www.makepovertyhistory.org
www.worlddisasterhelp.org

Tuesday, July 05, 2005

£1009.00 0r $1,772.97 USD Raised in nearly a month at the Barbers Pole St Andrews

The Barbers Pole St Andrews is doing its bit to help fight Poverty and Hardship


£1009.00 0r $1,772.97 USD Raised in nearly a month
80p a Haircut going to charity and donations by the the Customers of the Barbers Pole

Coversion used xe.com Universal Currency Converter ®

Split between 4 charities





HELPING MAKE POVERTY HISTORY
www.makepovertyhistory.org
www.worlddisasterhelp.org