Christmas Greeting Cards from IBBA Girls School, South Sudan
‘When you educate a girl. You educate a nation’ (UNICEF)
Christmas is fast approaching and Friends of Ibba Girls School is selling packs of Christmas cards to raise further funds for the school and to spread the message about girls education in South Sudan.
The cards feature the girls at the school, with a Christmas border based on the school star.
Each pack contains 10 cards, 2 of each design. Price: £4.50 + postage. Postage details are on the website.
Please order packs of cards, either from Zsofia Ilona at firstname.lastname@example.org or by writing to FIGS at 77 Styvechale Avenue, Coventry CV5 6DW.
FIGS is a UK Charity dedicated to developing a residential girls school in Ibba, South Sudan. It aims to provide high quality education, rooted in Christian values, and is for girls of all faiths and none.
Ibba Girls school educates girls aged 10-18 years who will benefit from schooling, whatever their background, status or parental income. The school opened in spring 2014 and now has more than 80 girls studying and learning in the school community. The school will grow by a cohort of 40 girls for each of the next 7 years.
Further information about FIGS, including newsletters and photos are also available online.