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Gunjur Beach Centre Management Committee, others donate to Gunjur Covid-19 Emergency Fund

The Gunjur Beach Centre Management Committee  last Thursday donated D25,000 towards the relief efforts set up by the Gunjur Covid-19 Emergency Relief Committee. Thursday’s donation from the Gunjur Beach Centre Management Committee came on the heels of a similar gesture from “friends of Yamusu Jobe from Newcastle” and an “anonymous” donation of £225 and £500 respectively. Reacting to the latest act of generosity from the beach management committee, the Gunjur Covid-19 Emergency Relief Committee said: “The Gunjur Covid-19 Emergency Relief Committee is extending their honor and gratefulness to the Gunjur Beach Centre Management Committee, who yesterday thursday donated D25,000 towards the relief support. This donation came at the right moment and time as it will help the Gunjur Covid-19 Emergency Relief committee to provide further help to the most vulnerable families within our Community. We appreciate and thankful for their support and kind  gesture.“ Recognising the importance of the donations from Newcastle and the anonymous donor, the committee continues: “On behalf of the Gunjur Covid-19 Emergency Relief Fund, we would like to thank you, friends of Yamusu Jobe from Newcastle, and the anonymous generous donation of £225 and £500 pounds to help with providing food items for our vulnerable families during this difficult and challenging times within our Community. We are thrilled, excited, encouraged and motivated to have your support, as it will go a long way to help our cause. Through your donation we will be able to accomplish our set goals, mission and vision and continue working towards fulfilling the purpose of our organization. You truly make the difference for us, and we are extremely and enormously grateful for donations during this period. Gunjur Covid-19 Emergency Relief Committee have distributed over one hundred bags of rice to vulnerable households in Gunjur last weekend and have so far raised in excess of D400,000 for relief efforts during the State of Emergency as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic.

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