Fundraiser changes time

Fonziea Lokorima’s fundraiser to bring money to a hospital in Sudan has been bumped back to a new date.

Fonziea Lokorima’s fundraiser to bring money to a hospital in Sudan has been bumped back to a new date.

Now her soup and tea fundraiser will be held on April 1. The venue is still the Northwest Community College.

Lokorima is organizing the fundraiser to buy supplies, from new bedding to medicine.

Even new paint is on the wishlist for supplies.

Due to wars in the area, necessary funding for hospitals has been diverted, meaning hospitals have been lacking in supplies and other necessities such as electricity.

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