Come Dine With Me For Kambia

We’re launching a campaign to raise money to help efforts in Kambia to tackle Ebola.

Due to the devastating outbreak of Ebola in West Africa, we have had to withdraw our long-term volunteers and suspend our programme of week-long training programmes in Sierra Leone for the foreseeable future.  In our absence, the Kambia District Medical Officer needs financial assistance during this difficult and tragic time to support the work of his team to fight the spread of the Ebola virus in the district.

We need to raise money to train local community health workers to undertake vital outreach work in the remote villages to provide health information about the disease to prevent infection.  Support is also needed to pay for fuel to transport health workers across the district.  We hope to raise over £10,000  by the end of February 2015.

Come Dine With Me For Kambia

If you would like to get involved, why not host a Come Dine With Me For Kambia dinner party (or breakfast or lunch party ) for four of more of your friends and ask them to donate to our Ebola campaign? All before 28 February 2015.

Download a flyer with further information here

For more information, please contact Sonia Maisey on

1. If possible please can you ask your guests to sign a Gift Aid Form
to go with their donation(s), as this will mean we can
reclaim the tax. Download the form here.

2. Please can you send the money raised to our Treasurer, Terry Smith:
The Kambia Appeal 62 Oxmoor, Abbeydale, Gloucester GL4 5XW

3. If you receive cash, we would suggest that you bank the cash and
send us a cheque (made payable to The Kambia Appeal). We will
send you an email (or letter) thanking you for your support and
acknowledging receipt of the money raised, we would suggest you
then forward this to your guests.

4. Once you have held your event and sent your money, please would
you let me know so I can tick you off my list!

PS. If you are active on social media, please do take and post photos of the event on
FaceBook, Instagram and Twitter with the hashtag #KambiaEbola