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January 6, 2016
Dear friends of Warm Hearts of Africa;
A very Happy New Year to you and your families. It is at this time that we reflect on our
many blessings from the year that was and make our resolutions for 2016. For Warm
Hearts of Africa, 2015 was a milestone year. We celebrated our 10th anniversary and
held 4 events. It is hard to believe that Mike and I founded Warm Hearts back in 2006.
All that we have accomplished these past 10 years is a result of your generosity and so
we send you a heart- felt thank you for your support over the years and in particular, in
2015, where our 4 separate events raised over $16,000. .


May 14, The Art Gallery of Ontario


July 18, Vancouver Back Alley Event


November 6, Kitchener Museum Event


November 23, Pizzeria Novo, Vancouver


AbbVie donation
Rotary, Toronto


The funds raised in 2015 will support the James Vatistas bursary fund for 25 needy girls
and 25 needy boys who attend the Maeve-Ila Academy (formerly St Pauls) in Bangwe,
Malawi. This region of Malawi is extremely impoverished and has been devastated by
the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Mike and I last visited in September of 2014 for the grand
opening of Maeve-Ila Academy.

Please check our website to learn more about our

organization, our events, or to make a donation. Cheques can be made payable to
Warm Hearts of Africa and on-line donations can be made through Pay-Pal on our
website. Tax receipts will be provided for all donations over $20. Warm Hearts is an
Ontario registered Not for Profit organization #1845877 and we work with the KitchenerConestoga Rotary Clubs International Aid Fund (#801126822RR0001).

Warm Hearts of Africa
Nkhamenya Hospital received funding for
a new outpatient clinic which is now
serving the medical needs of 30,000
people St. Paul's Private Secondary
school has books ...

A very special thank you to our fund-raising committees in Vancouver, Toronto and
Kitchener. You make all this possible. Wishing all our friends of Warm Hearts of Africa,
health, happiness, and prosperity in 2016.

Matthew Steele
Founder, Warm Hearts of Africa
69 Raymond Avenue, Toronto, Ont,

Mike Gregson
Founder, Warm Hearts of Africa
119 Merton #610, Toronto, Ont, M4S3G5
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