Hundreds of pounds raised for children in Zimbabwe at Morden Baptist Church summer concert

The Inspire Community Choir performs at the Summer Concert event

The Inspire Community Choir performs at the Summer Concert event

First published in News Wimbledon Guardian: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Reporter

A summer concert with performances of folk music raised hundreds of pounds to help children in Zimbabwe.

A packed audience in Morden Baptist Church enjoyed the Summer Concert for Zimkids, helping to raise £300 for the charity and the Inspire Community Choir.

A sing-along and performances from the Saxophone Group, a Latin duet and Mary Farrell on guitar all made up the event on Thursday, July 17.

Jane Scott, conductor and organiser, said: "We had a really lovely evening and I was delighted that so many people came along to support Zimkids, a charity in Zimbabwe supporting orphans and vulnerable families."

Wimbledon Guardian:

Left to right, David Hazel, Aline Fynn and Teresa Gilbert with the Inspire Community Choir.

Zimkids, founded by Charlene Stotter, supports 125 children across Zimbabwe and provides regular support to more than 110 vulnerable children and families.

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