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Karmic Angels & Sir Farimang Singhateh Foundation Continue Feeding The Poor & Needy

Carrying on from the 20 push ups challenge where Karmic Angels and Sir Farimang Singhateh Foundation have distributed 100 bags of rice to the poor and needy from the West Coast region to Janjanbureh (formerly Macarthy Island) the 2 charities have been distributing free quality bread (thanks to Lady Fanta’s Bakery, Sukuta) to many villages throughout the Gambia throughout Ramadan.

The situation regarding feeding is very desperate due to Covid 19 with many people not having any income at all. Thanks to many donations from the diaspora USA, UK, Sweden and The Gambia we have now completed 7 distributions to date with 4 more to take place until the end of Ramadan. To date around 250 dozen (3000) breads and by the end of Ramadan will total approx. 370 dozen (4440) breads to hungry people.

We have had TV coverage via Star TV, Paradise TV and QTV plus articles in the press covering all our distributions of rice and bread.

We would love to continue supporting even further into the year, but we need your support to do that. At the bottom of the right hand column on our website we have a PayPal subscribe link where you can “FEED THE POOR AND NEEDY IN THE GAMBIA” for as little as £2 a month. Please see what you can do to support the work of both charities. Thank you in advance

May 10, 2020   2 Comments

Karmic Angels & Sir Farimang Singhateh Foundation Donate Rice To Orphanages in the Gambia Through The Push Ups Challenge

Today 13th April across the Gambia Karmic Angels and Sir Farimang Singhateh team travelled to 2 orphanages, a kaffo garden and the Catholic Mission Church in Banjul to distribute bags of rice to the poor and needy during Covid 19. These are all from donations for the recent 20 push ups challenge set up by Foday Mubaraka Singhateh CEO of Sir Farimang Singhateh Foundation.

Bags of rice were donated to Wulinkama Orphanage, Matilda Orphanage, The Fandeman kaffo garden in Old Jeshwang as well as the church. To date over 80 bags of rice have been donated and distributed by the two charities. Thanks to all the donations in the diaspora amounting to over 100,000 dalasi (£1700) the feeding goes on.

In order for us to continue making more donations to help feed the poor and needy you can donate what you can at and give as little as £1 to help us buy more rice. Just go to any of our links that you wish to donate via Paypal, Total Giving, GoFundMe, GiveAsYouLive. Thank you in advance in helping those who have nothing.

If you want to post a video online of you or someone doing the 20 push ups challenge in return for donating a bag of rice or £20 we would love to see you. Please send your videos to thank you.

April 15, 2020   8 Comments