The Stamp Appeal of 2019 will support the Chigodi Women Centre in Blantyre Malawi who are also celebrating their 50th anniversary.
The Chigodi Women Centre is delivering a broad range of skills training to address the challenges faced by women in Malawi.
Through providing training in tailoring, fashion design and chicken farming the Centre will improve the women’s skills in marketing and entrepreneurship. The aim is that the women’s socio-economic status is improved and their chances of future employment increase. By selling the produce made at the Centre the plan is that when the funding finishes the project will be self-sustainable – able to continue to improve the lives of women in Malawi.
It is thanks to your dedication that we are celebrating our 50th anniversary this year. Why not join us in celebrating 50 years and take part in the 50 stamp challenge? Can you collect 50 stamps (or more) in a year? We have designed a post van which you can create out of paper and use as a donation box.
You can also put up a Stamp Appeal 2019 poster in your church or community building.
How do I contribute to the Stamp Appeal?
You can be part of supporting the work of this project that is changing lives simply by collecting your stamps.
- Post your stamps to World Mission Stamp Project, PO Box 9191, Wishaw, Lanarkshire, ML2 0YB
- Hand-deliver to Keith Scott, 143 Netherton Road, Wishaw, Lanarkshire, ML2 OAR, or contact by email email@example.com
- Hand-deliver to Glasgow Presbytery Office Monday - Friday between the hours of 9:00-12:30 or 13:30-16:30
- Free courier uplift is available for packages of stamps, which weigh between 10-19kg. Telephone 01698 351323 to arrange for uplift
- If you believe your stamp collection is valuable please arrange for Keith Scott to collect it personally by telephone - 01698 351323