J Randall roofing are proud to support challenge aid which supports schools of hope in East Africa. What are schools of hope?
The money raised in the UK helps aspirational young people that live in the slums of the towns and cities of East Africa to achieve their potential as young men and women and to contribute to the well being of their families and the community. Eduction is the foundation stone that enables young people to have a chance to lead a life which is purposeful and prosperous.
Cardiff rugby club was the venue last night for a relaxed dinner hosted by Craig Quinnell and attended by some famous rugby personalities of the past and present.
The Captain of the 1971 successful lions tour of New Zealand John Dawes was present together with Sam Warburton who was twice lions captain of the recent lions tours and the current Welsh and lions wing George North.
The Evening was great fun and enjoyed by all, the raffle auction raised well over £5500 J Randall roofing contractors Ltd are exciting and committed to this charity Shella Randall is committed to help challenge aid projects and is intending to visit Kenya in 2019 to support Iestyn Thomas, the project coordinator.
Iestyn was Head of rugby at Llandovery college and had an important part to play in the development of Harry Randall. Joby & Shella’s son Harry Randall played two seasons for England under 20’s and is currently at Bristol playing scrum half and enjoying life as a professional rugby player.
Supporting Iestyn and his charity has a personal association and the J Randall team are looking forward to helping the charity financially & practically in the future.
Who knows one day we might be installing a flat roof on a school in Kenya or perhaps instructing Kenyan apprentices on how to be a flat roofer… Look out on our website and social media platforms for regular updates on the work that the charity is doing and how J Randall are supporting the wonderful work of Iestyn and his team.