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Bikers to our aid

3rd August 2016 People regularly ask us how do we manage to fund all we do in Malawi and my answer is how much time do you have, because our funding comes form an amazing array of supporters all over the world, who make such an

Cead Mile Failte

Cead Mile Failte

31st July 2015: The St John of God worldwide ministry is based on hospitality, so when Br Michael visited we tried to do a little version of our own. On his left is Jacquie Ryan a recent volunteer to our projects in Malawi - not her first

Special Girl

28th July 2015: This evening Bronagh and her dad Jim called to Lucan to greet Br Michael Newman, Prior of the SJOG House where we stay when we are in Malawi. He is visiting for a few days. On March 17th last Br Michael watched over the

A view of Malawi

27th June 2015: Paddy Dineen came to Malawi in 2009 with a group of parents and students from Blackrock, College Dublin. He sent me this wonderful poem, some time ago.

Award from Lucan Lions Club

20th June 2015: Our local lions most generously gave Wells for Zoë an award for its humanitarian work and a cheque for 1000 Euro to help us out. The award is a little humbling considering all the amazing work being done in service to the community. The cheque

Happy Lads at De La Salle Boys National School in Ballyfermot

Happy Lads

13th March 2015: Today Mary and myself visited De La Salle Boys School in Ballyfermot, Dublin to talk about our work in Malawi at the invitation of one of the teachers, Niamh O'Brien, who has done three volunteering spells, with us, in Malawi. Niamh herself is a


28th August 2014: This is Renny Mulholland, with Mary in Lucan. He drove from mid Wales, crossed on the ferry to Rosslare and then drove up from Wexford. This Land Rover coincidentally brought him on a five month trip, through Europe, then from North to South through Africa,

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

w4z CD: Wells for Zoë - Water for Life

w4z Supporters

We have just added multiple pages about some of our many SUPPORTERS.  Without them we would not be able to function so a collective thank-you to them all.

wear the fox hat meet w4z DIT volunteers Elaine & Aisling

Wear the fox hat visit

We had a visit from Helene and Scott Cable from Surrey, England, of blog site They are travelling and experiencing Africa at the moment and describe their trip as follows: We want to experience as much as possible of the real Africa and hope to travel extensively

Chifundo Foundation workers

A letter from Chifundo Foundation

We were delighted to receive this letter a few days ago from the Chifundo Foundation who are based in Blackrock, Co. Dublin. Thank you for your kind remarks and your donation. Hi John and Mary, A belated thank you for the kind support you extended to our community in Malawi

Cause of the Day on 1st Feb 2013

Cause of the Day on

Last year AOL held an International competition where employees got a chance to enter a Charity, of their choice, for a first prize of $10000. Roseanne Curtin entered w4z. Wells for Zoë didn’t win but the next best was exposure on the homepage of the main AOL