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Calais Collection

last modified Nov 09, 2015 03:03 PM
Many thanks to all those who donated so generously to the collection for Calais refugees - in just over a week we collected around 40 bags of winter clothing and equipment!

The collection point in the Faculty lobby has now closed, but volunteers are still needed to help sort the donations on Friday 13th - please email Maria Krisch (mk726) if you are able to help out. The Cambridge University Refugee Action Group is also looking for volunteers to help transport donations to Calais on Saturday 14th and again later in term - join the Cambridge University Calais Refugee Action Group for further details and to sign up.

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