Nollaig Hulme is the SERVE Monitoring and Evaluations officer based in Zimbabwe. In the first postcard, Nollaig details first impressions while settling in.
EVERY moment MATTERS
We are 20 this year
Join us to celebrate our 20th Anniversary on Nov 11th in Cork.
It's the 20th anniversary of SERVE fighting poverty in the Global South.
Join us for a nostalgic evening to commemorate 20 years of working with people to be their own agents of positive change.
You’re invited to our 20th anniversary reunion party in Cork on Nov 11th.
- * Explore memories of the past 20 years.
- * Celebrate the work that SERVE has accomplished over two decades.
- * Tributes to our volunteers and partners.
- * Raffle prizes and reduced room rates also up for grabs !
*** Buy your ticket before June 30th to be in with a chance to win a hotel room for the night***
Tickets are €50 per person, which covers your meal and entertainment on the night.
Optional: Add a donation to support SERVE’s continued work with our overseas partners in the Global South.
Don’t miss the chance to go down memory lane, book now!
All your queries
The price of the ticket is €50.
It covers the banquet room hire at Rochestown Hotel, a 3-course meal and entertainment for the night.
You can add a donation when buying your ticket for the party. You donation will go towards the work SERVE does in 7 countries to end poverty.
The different types of projects we’re involved with are as follows:
- * education and employment skills,
- * entrepreneurship opportunities,
- * community development,
- * access to wheelchairs and much much more
Of course. You can definitely bring a plus one.
SERVE's 20th Anniversary
SERVE began work in 2003. In the last 20 years, SERVE has worked with partners in Africa, Asia and South America. We use the partnership model to achieve sustainable development for our key target groups.
Our 20th anniversary is a milestone. We look forward to celebrating with you in Cork.
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