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A High Tea will be held on Saturday 30 May 2015 at 15:00hrs at The Victoria Hotel in Sliema. The High Tea event will also include a raffle with lots of fantastic prizes and a visit from Her Excellency Marie Louise Coleiro Preca, the President of Malta.

Free parking will be available for everyone attending the High Tea courtesy of The Victoria Hotel Sliema.

The money raised during this event will go to Make Happen, a non-profit voluntary organisation.

Make Happen focuses primarily on the advancement of healthcare and education in Tanzania. In collaboration with the African Sisters of St Theresa of the Child Jesus, one of Make Happen’s latest projects is helping with the construction of a healthcare clinic for pregnant women and children in the Kifuru area in Tanzania where they have no access to healthcare.

Booking in advance is necessary to secure a place.

For bookings call: 7983 3643 or 9984 0440.

Complimentary parking available.

For more details, check out the Facebook link : https://www.facebook.com/pages/Make-Happen/431646920349872

Price : €16 donation per person

When attending this event kindly say that you saw it mentioned on www.maltababyandkids.com




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