Tubing In The Delaware River Will Help Orphans In Uganda 2009: Wet Wild

Tubing in the Delaware River will help orphans in Uganda

The “Wet and Wild Tubing for Uganda” will take place in the Delaware River on Saturday, Sept.
5, taking off from Kingwood Township and stopping for a barbecue lunch provided by The Famous River Hot Dog Man on an island along the way. It costs $30 per person, and proceeds will help fund the construction and staffing of a pediatric health clinic at the Awegys School in Kigo, Uganda. This school serves Ugandan orphans. The event will begin at 10:30 a.m. at 2998 Route 29, Kingwood Township. Kids age 5 and up are welcome. For more information or to register, e-mail Tubing4Ugandayahoo.com. Outside the Dream Foundation, headquartered in Haddonfield, will be overseeing construction of the clinic. This registered charity coordinates planning and funding with Ugandan communities to develop projects implemented by these very same Ugandans. The Awegys School offers education and hope to Uganda’s most vulnerable children. “These students have inadequate access to healthcare and live in suffering because of it,” said Elizabeth Fest, RN, organizer of the tubing event. “Everyone deserves education and access to health care… The money that we are raising will directly benefit the people in need. Please come out, have fun, and help a great cause!”
To learn more about this cause, visit outsidethedream.org.

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