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A Nasio Christmas Carol Concert
December 2020

We are excited to share our Nasio Christmas Concert.

This selection of joyful Christmas carols and poems was recorded as a way of bringing festive cheer to our communities this Christmas and to thank our supporters for all they have done for our Nasio families in Kenya this year.

The concert will also be shared with care homes to spread some joy especially when families can’t be with their loved ones this Christmas.

We hope that this video brings joy to you and your loved ones.

Please do share the link with your family and friends so that everyone can sing along to this festive treat! We thank those who took part in creating this video and their amazing support.

Wishing you and your families a very Happy Christmas.

If you enjoyed this concert please consider a donation to help support our families in Kenya.

Making a donation is easy

  • Using Just Giving – Click the link
  • Using Paypal – Click here
  • Using Bank Transfer – To 30-10-04 01074758 Ref “Carols”
  • Send a cheque made payable to ‘The Nasio Trust’: The Nasio Trust, 10 Broad Street, Abingdon, OX14 3LH

This story is listed in: Fund-raiser stories, Video Diaries, Volunteer Stories

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Farida (Social worker)

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