WELCOME TO THE KANJI PROJECT WEB SITE
The Kanji Project is a small UK charity run entirely by volunteers. It raises funds to give poor children in India the chance to have a good education and provides a safe place to live for destitute children. The charity also works in the community, helping very poor people to improve their living conditions. On average, 95% of the charity's income is used to support this vital work.
*** Fund Raising Events
There is a Spring Coffee Morning on Saturday 2nd May from 10am at 34 Vicarage Drive in Eastbourne, BN20 8HP. Come along for the tombola, cakes and a fabulous range of Indian goods.
There is a Supper Quiz on 10th June in Eastbourne, and Ploughman's Lunch on 16th July in Ovingdean.
*** Review of 2014 is available
The 'Review of 2014' paper is now available to view or save. This is an abbreviated form of the Trustees' Annual Report and Accounts.
*** The Spring 2015 Newsletter is available.
The Spring 2015 Newsletter can be viewed or downloaded.
*** News Updates
The school celebrated the Hindu Pongal Festival in January. This is a festival where the countryside, animals and family are celebrated. There was a ceremony at the school where a cow and goat were decorated, blessed and fed followed by the children putting on a dance program. More details in the News Items.
There is a new-look to the FACS (Family and Community Scheme) with help from the Franciscan Sisters in Pudupalayam plus an introduction to the Wardens at Shanthi Lumin Children's Home. Details of these can be seen by clicking below.