No doubt all of us will have seen the media around the flooding in Cumbria. Now the headlines have stopped the clear-up has begun. Jonny Gios (who designed the Street Angels book cover) is based at Sandylands Methodist Church in Kendal and has become an integral part of the clean up and restoration process for Kendal. Without the work and support from the church in Kendal the council say they would have gone under.
As CNI Network we are donating £100 towards the clean-up work and to help employ a flood recovery manager who will work on the ground for 6 months. 2500 homes were affected in Kendal alone.
We are emailing out to see if others (individuals or projects) would like to donate to this so we can send a gift greater than £100 (maybe even leave a collecting bucket out in your base this weekend?) Please pay any money direct to the CNI Network bank account and we will send the donation after Christmas. Please reference the payment KENDALFLOOD.
Co-Operative Bank, WN8 6WT:
Sort Code 08-92-99 / Account Number 65462379 / Street Angels - Christian Nightlife Initiatives
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Many thanks - have a great Mad Friday and weekend...
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