22 October 2012

Lots of new things going on at Children's Helpers Worldwide!

I recently mentioned in another post that things were very busy at my organisation, CHW, with some volunteers doing amazing work! I am really pleased to be able launch the new website, and a new video for CHW! CHW is also now on facebook and twitter, if you want to connect with the charity there. Here is the latest news, in a bit more detail:

New Website!

Firstly, we have a new website! It is at the same address, but it has been redesigned. You can see it here: www.chworldwide.org

A big thank you to Sheldon Fernandes, a web developer, who volunteered his time and made this happen!
(You can see more about Sheldon's work on his own site: www.sheldonfernandes.com)

New Video!

As well as launching the website, we are also launching a video! A volunteer from Swansea (who didn't want to be named) wrote lyrics for a song, which tells you about our projects and ways to get involved. He arranged for a group of children to record the song.

You can see our video on youtube here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zs0aqUf_2NU, or watch it below: 

If you want to know more about the children from Wales who sang, and the children from Ghana who are drumming and singing in between the verses, you can go to this page on our new site: http://chworldwide.org/what-we-do/our-video/

Join Us on Facebook and Twitter

We also have a new facebook page, so please do click "like" to connect with us on facebook too: facebook.com/ChildrensHelpersWorldwide

We have a new twitter account too, and you can follow us at @CHWchildren

Spreading the Word

If you know anyone who would like to get involved with our work, please pass this on. One of our volunteers, Magdalena, told Sheldon, the web developer, about CHW and one of our trustees, Emma, told the volunteer in Swansea about us too, which shows what great results spreading the word can have! We are aiming to create a network for people around the world who want to give children a better start to life. We have partnered with local organisations in five countries, so far (Argentina, China, Ghana, Romania and South Africa) and look forward to more supporters and volunteers joining us to help the children. 

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