Written and narrated by Trish Gribben (ex Chair Rose Charities N.Z. Produced by Hannah Walker)
December updates (pdf file) Plans and events to date – Dec 2019
Seen in the images above are Mrs Maggie Francis and Mrs Linda Roberts (joint chairs). Professor Andrew Macnab (Uganda and other, general health education and implementation) , Dr Joanne Young and Mr Craig Keeting (Hillman Fund leaders) , Ms Candace Cho (Ecuador program), Ms Jenny Moss (Costa Rica programs), Mr Jean and Terri Lubin (Haiti Community program), Ms Karen Schafer (Haiti Neonatal Resuscitation training), Ms Kate Wooton (Uganda Community Program), Dr Ellen Coburn (Mayan School, Guatemala). Also Rose Charities Main Board Members (Emily McCance -Josephine Defreitas, Galib Kara, Tim Maguire, Frank Tharakan, Mike Ramanadan,, Dr Will Grut, and Kevin Simpson (Hon Member)
““If we change our thoughts from ‘it’s too late’ to, ‘there’s still hope’, we might see some change in the world.” ― Kellie Elmore
The amazing One Tree Hill Sinfonia is holding a charity concert for Malambo Grassroots Zambia Saturday 15th September.
The Malambo Programs are supported through Rose Charities Canada and carry out amazing and hugely needed work in child education, including music education, income generation, womens groups, and health. One of their main organizers is Heidi Krutzen, Canada’s leading harpist currently living and working with the London Philharmonia.
For over 20 years Rose Charities has been developing essential ground level programs to many parts of the world, with no administration fees.
6pm Sat 15th September. Admission 10pounds, St Augustines Church, Honour Oak Park SE23
Rose Charities UK is assisting in provided much needed aid relief to the devastating series of earthquakes which have occurred in Lombok, Indonesia. Working with our Board Member Khalid Virani who was in the region at the time of the quakes, knows the area well and has a reliable network of contacts on the ground we are providing relief supplies such as non perishable food including rice and cooking oil, drinking water, ponchos, tarpaulin and basic medical materials to help alleviate the ongoing
Well over 250 people are confirmed dead, thousands missing or injured and tens of thousands displaced from their homes. Any donations hugely appreciated. Rose Charities UK takes no administration costs and works locally where needs can be met at ground level
Donate through our JustGiving site – please state ‘Lombok’ in the ‘comments/notes’ field
Consultants, Linda Robers (Charit Rose 2014) and Professor Andrew Macnab (Chari. Rose 2012) gave the first Rose Charities Canada ‘TED-style’ presentations of the new mini-forum format to great acclaim.
Andrew spoke on the success of his amazing new rapid malaria diagnosis and on-site treatment program currently implemented with wonderful result in rural Ugandan schools. The program is currently being assessed by the Thai Government for implementation in rural regions of their country. Andrew had just returned from consultations at Mahidol and other Thai centers with view to such development
Linda, who is a council member of the Rose Charities International Council as well as one of Rose Charities Canada’s leading consultants, delivered an important presentation on child and human rights and ensuring their proper implementation across all Rose Charities direct and linked programs. The superb presentation lead then to considerable audience discussion .
The new ‘mini-forum’ format had been instituted and planned by the Rose Charities Administration Committee, and now having shown to be enormously successful will be repeated. On this occasion the forum was held in the fireside room of the United Church Centre for Peace hall on 16th and Burrard, Vancouver, an excellent venue.
The renowned University of Leeds Photography Exhibition and Competition, has honoured Rose Charities UK for its 2017 beneficiary Charity. With programs implemented for 20 years based world wide, Rose Charities was founded initially to assist in war-torn post conflict Indo-China area of S.E Asia where programs continue in Vietnam and Cambodia to this day The Leeds photographic exhibition this year targets Asia and is known for its high standard of creative talent.
Specific program focus will be the Rose Charities Cambodia Sight restoration and blindness prevention program and the Vietnam Orphanage assist programs (two orphanages (Be Tho and Thien Phuoc )
(Images above by Megan Ellis (upper) and Rachel Miles (lower)
Three Rose Charities Trustees on Wednesday 24th August 2016 at the movie preview of The Rehearsal, a film the New York Film Festival director rated in his top three. The event raised $6000 for Project Toolkit, a scheme to provide volunteer doctors with the Ear Nose and Throat instruments they need for surgery for children in Samoa.
Nicola Thomas (left) and Pip Neville Barton flank Rose NZ chairperson Trish Gribben. Nicola and Pip hold the vessels for the raffle which had prizes of concert tickets for the Samoan Solo Mio brothers with a bottle of champagne.
The movie screening was a sell-out.
The Rehearsal is based on A novel by Eleanor Catton, with script co- written by Emily Perkins, directed by Alison McLean.
Sheffmed, the company that is supplying the high quality instruments for Project Toolkit in Samoa, has just announced that they will donate an extra custom- made tray (worth more than $1000) for the scheme. The open weave steel trays are a crucial element of Project Toolkit, to safeguard the delicate instruments for travel to Samoa, sterilisation and customs inspection.
Rose Charities now has a 20 year history of sustainable program development and management with close to 100% success. The secrets of these achievements have become clear and will be presented and discussed at the meeting along with other topics. (see the program below).
All who are interested are welcome. Attendance is free and includes lunch and morning and afternoon session refreshments. Registration however is necessary(so we know numbers) by emailing RoseConference@yahoo.com . See you there !