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Well Well Well Charity Shop

20th January 2017: Our Facebook page has a shop called Well Well Well? which has been the name of our Charity Shop at 75/76 Queen St, Dublin, which comes rent free, without utility bills and is run by volunteers to support the work of Wells for...

PIF 1 (Pay it Forward)

15th December 2016. This Christmas instead of doing the usual Christmas card ‘dance’, why not choose the Pay it Forward route. You may have been the recipient of this from another or maybe you just chose this from our shop, but either way, go on, Pay it Forward. It will cost...

Fright Night in Our Lady’s for the Girl Child

21st October 2016: Our Lady's School in Terenure, Dublin have been our best supporters since we began all this madness. This night of fun and frolics has become a a night of getting together and getting to know you for First Years. It is run by the transition...

Gig for the Girl Child

30th September 2016: The pic shows the friends of Wells for Zoe: Tom Morrow, Éamonn Coyne, Cathy Jordan and Tony Byrne, playing in St Mary's Parish Church, Lucan tonight, supporting Education for Girls in Malawi. This was some promotion for event: SUPPORT THE GIRL CHILD EVENT For thousands of...

Michael and Gabi of the band Tune Up

30th August 2016: With us are Michael and Gabi Dalferth from Germany who travelled around Ireland from Rosslare to Glencolomcille, making sure to take in Ennis and the fleadh, and then back through Lucan for a short visit. These are two of these friends I regularly mention,...

Bikers to our aid

3rd July 2016: This morning a group of 50 to 60 Bikers headed off from Thurles and places farther afield to raise funds for our Wells for Zoë project in Malawi. As with so many things the driving force behind this unique event was Jacquie Ryan and...

Our Lady's School

Our Lady’s School fun-night fundraiser

22nd Sept 2015: Our Lady's are one of our biggest and longest supporters. Here Mary is presented with flowers after one of the many talks to the girls. This is a first year group who are doing a fun-night to support us. It is an amazing school, with a...

Our pumps will help

3rd June 2014: Heavy rains over the last few weeks have led to severe flooding across Malawi. As of January 18th, an estimated 22,000 households (121,000 people) were considered displaced and 54 people killed by the flooding which have affected 15 districts. However, this number is...

The A team

3rd Oct 2014: Our Daughter, Caitríona, is a teacher in Our Lady's School, Terenure, Dublin and for the past seven years the school has been our major funder. Not only is the school a pleasure to visit but the students are amazingly bright and caring. They have ideas to...

Having a go

Kerstin’s Impressions of Mzuzu

Well Kerstin's back with her blog Impressions of Mzuzu and lots more pics and video for you to see. [video_lightbox_youtube video_id="2oMgdGwiqfM" width="853" height="480" auto_thumb="1"] Installation of PUMP 6 [video_lightbox_youtube video_id="12p7MWR1uQs" width="853" height="480" auto_thumb="1"] Installation of PUMP 7 [video_lightbox_youtube video_id="xEPneW41iwM" width="853" height="480" auto_thumb="1"] Installation of PUMP 8...

Kerstin's pumps

Kerstin’s First Impressions of Africa in Malawi

You can see these first impressions and more at Kerstin's blog site. Also, catch up with her reports on the installation of the pumps which her donators funded in the following videos: [video_lightbox_youtube video_id="2r_AD2egm54" width="853" height="480" auto_thumb="1"] [video_lightbox_youtube video_id="sjtQQFwqZQM" width="853" height="480" auto_thumb="1"] [video_lightbox_youtube video_id="u8bdax-qZvU" width="853" height="480" auto_thumb="1"] [video_lightbox_youtube video_id="g2UGBFthSNo" width="853"...

St Marks support us

St Marks support us

20th May 2014: Some time ago we went to St Marks Community School in Tallaght at the request of one of their teachers, Michael McGarry, to speak to two class groups about our work in Malawi. As usual they were amazing. The welcome was delightful and their...