Started as Facebook group, Malawi Queens UK now charity: Feb 7 dinner dance to raise funds

From a Facebook group, Malawi Queens has revolved into a charitable organisation called Malawi Queens Health and Education Project and they are hosting the first of Malawi Healthcare Support (Mahecas)  20th anniversary activities lined up for 2015 –  a  dinner dance to take place in Kent on February 7.

Malawi Queens UK and Europe

Malawi Queens UK and Europe

The event will take place at the Bexleyheath Marriot Hotel, 1 Broadway, Dartford, DA6 7JZ.

According to the MQHEP Chairperson, Emily Chimwemwe Phillips, the night event will be spiced with entertainment from DJ’s, fashion Show by Malawian Queens in Diaspora  and entertainment from reiging  Miss Malawi UK Rose Mmangisa

There will also be raffle draws with motuh watering prizes to raise funds.

“MQHEP is an upcoming charity that springs from an all women group in Diaspora (Malawi Queens UK & Europe),” said Phillips, adding: “MQHEP’s main objectives are to promote the health and wellbeing of our families, our brothers and sisters in our homeland by organising fundraising activities to fund projects in the Health sector, Women and Children’s Welfare as well as Education for boys and girls who will in turn be shaped to be our future Leaders.”

She added: “Our collective is giving back to the motherland.”

Spokesperson of the group Patricia Peters said they  decided to offer their contribution to Malawi Health UK (Mahecas) by offering to organise a fundraising dinner for them  as they recognise “the amazing job Mahecas is doing towards healthy issues in Malawi.”

Malawi Queens UK committee comprises  of Rhoda Magalasi, Janine Sankhani, Angella Ching’amba, Emily Phillips,Lusekero Kalindawalo , Ruth Chinguwo , Yendamo Kapalamula, Emily Tembo Statowski, Cynthia Kenala, Thandie Msulira , Ellen Honde, Joyce Phiri and Norah Chiwaula Maclintock.

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8 thoughts on “Started as Facebook group, Malawi Queens UK now charity: Feb 7 dinner dance to raise funds”

  1. Phiri la Dzunje says:

    Amene zikumunyasa akakolope mu lake malawi azimai mukuoneka bwino

  2. Phiri la Dzunje says:

    Jelasi sumuna jekete sapisila nkhwani saotchela azimai akuoneka bwino awa keep it the queens

  3. Zanga Phee! says:

    The most prominent thing to Malawians if they are abroad is to get fat,they want to be called koma nde mwanenepatu that what it is.but in real sense this is bad,yo see my name.

  4. BalakaGuy says:

    Molomoti muzipanga za nzeru kumeneko,mukungokhalira kukwatanana basi

  5. zaoneka sizi says:

    hahaha curry and deep fry chickens, curried fried rice hehehehe kututuba

  6. zaoneka sizi says:

    no 1 yes indeed no mahecas inspiration here with the fatties come one

  7. ujeni says:

    This is what Malawians are good at and it is an ambition, staying abroad to do parties and drinking. Rarely will you hear they have gathered funds to open a juice producing company in Mwanza, Neno.

  8. Wailing Soul says:

    Please ladies ku UK, try to shed-off some weight! It’s so unhealthy! If you can’t jog nor go to the gym, just use a skip-rope in your own house or flat 20 times every morning plus avoid sugar products like too much cakes and chocolates. Get on low-carb diet like the Banting diet, or follow the reboot 30 day plan on facebook or even checkout http://www.originaleating.org

    The bottom line is : low carbs plus exercise then your message regarding Malawi Health care support network will sound practical. Mwapurika!

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