English-speaking church in Eindhoven

TYDE – Fundraising Dinner for the Poor

We are preparing a ‘Dinner with a Difference’ to help TYDE (14-18 year Youth group) raise funds for the poor *.

This will be a sit down meal (gluten free with a vegetarian option) and will include some interesting discussion and activities.

WHEN & WHERE: Please see the event details & registration page.

COST: ticket price of €10 per person (though it would be useful for you to bring a little extra cash for the cause). Tickets are sold out but you may donate online below or at church on Sunday.

WHY? TYDE has been looking at how we all need to share God’s heart for the poor and those affected by injustice.

WANT TO HELP? Even if you can’t come we would love some help with making some of the menu. Please email Barbara to find out more. If you are coming and could stay to help with the dishes or moving furniture afterwards we’d also appreciate your help.

Want to support, but are unable to attend?

If you are unable to attend the dinner, but would like to support TYDE in its mission to the poor, you can help with a donation directly online. All donations made here will be directly marked for this TYDE fundraising effort and will be added to the money raised through the dinner event.

The €20 amount in the form below is only a suggested amount, you can change your donation to any amount, higher or lower.

Support TYDE mission to the poor, suggested donation: € -

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*The poor TYDE are supporting are the Mission to Seafarers based in Rotterdam. This mission was recommended by FOMT (our Trinity Missions team) as it supports seaman who are earning very low wages and are virtually ‘slaves’ on their ships, unable to leave at many ports, and who send their earnings back to their families in mainly poor countries to enable them to eat and have the basic necessities like schooling for their children. Even on Dutch flagged ships they earn much less than the minimum wage. Being a seaman is one of the most dangerous jobs you can have.