Kent and Essex Malawi Associations to hold a ‘First Joint Fundraising Gala Dinner’ in support for MAHECAS

Following a successful official launch of their associations, some years ago, The Malawi Kent Association and Essex Malawi Association will for the first time hold a join fundraising Gala Dinner to demonstrate the two organisation’s togetherness and unity in purpose.

Maines Msiska, Chairperson of the Malawi Kent Association

Malawi’s High Commissioner, His Excellency Dr Thomas John Bisika will be the guest of honour.

In addition to raising funds for their charitable operations, they will conduct a raffle draw to raise funds for the MAHECAS beneficiaries in their efforts to meet the dire medical needs in Malawi.

The glamourous event is scheduled for 7th January 2023 from 18:00 hours at the Mercury Maidstone Great Danes Hotel in Maidstone, Kent, United Kingdom, and will be supported by great entertainment.

Headlined by Lady G as the Director of Ceremonies and music by DJ Peteypowers, promises to be a fun filled red carpet providing an exquisitely sizzling 3 courses meal.

Some members of the Malawi Kent Association

Chairperson of the Malawi Kent Association, Mainess Msiska and her counterpart Angela Zamaere- Smith of Essex Malawi Association, appealed to well wishers and organisations’ support for sponsorship of the event with financial donations to assist in building and strengthening the Malawian communities.

“Our last year’s event was a huge success. This one is going to be massive and something of another speciality. We are therefore appealing for more individuals and organisations’ support to achieve our goal,’’ said Msiska.

Zamaere-Smith said: “The joint fundraising Gala dinner campaign was of great significance as it manifests a testimony of unity and togetherness of the two organisations.

“Upon working together, we can bring a great revolution to our fundraising campaigns geared towards strengthening and building the Malawian community abroad.  It is only if we work together as a collective force that we will be able to bring an enormous conversion in our fundraising.”

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