John Marjot Fundraises for Children of the Dump

Cycling the ‘The Wild Atlantic Way’ -John Marjot ‘The Wild Atlantic Way’ has a certain romantic allure, bringing to mind images of fierce storms, terrible winds and driving rain. The Irish Republic inaugurated this, ‘the longest defined coastal touring route in the world’, in 2014, a complete marketing stroke of genius. It follows the west…

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Children of the Dump is now on Amazon smile

This is the time of the year many people start to buy their Christmas presents online with a vast majority buying through Amazon. Children of the Dump will receive 0.5% of the purchase price of any items you buy through Amazon Smile. What is Amazon Smile? Amazon Smile is a simple and automatic way for…

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Our Chairperson Kay Mackay visits the Children

The Chair of Children of The Dump, Kay MacKay took time out from her holiday to visit Children of The Dump in Manila. She has returned full of enthusiasm abut the difference that the charity makes to the wonderful children and their families who live by Payatas Dump. Read her blog below. Reflections of our…

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Charity manager’s first visit to Manila 2016

I visited our projects in Manila for the first time as the Charity Manager of CHILDREN OF THE DUMP; the following pages are my blogs from the Philippines. I was there for 8 days and this blog describe my feelings each day… Please spend a few minutes to read these words, whilst never meant for…

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Kay MacKay’s visit to Manila February 2017

Kay MacKay visited our Projects in Manila in February 17, below is a blog of one of her visits to Payatas – Today, Mayanne and Irene, our social workers, took us to visit 4 families of our residential children at Mango and I want to share the story of Mrs R and her family. We care…

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