Speke Resort Munyonyo has said that it will host a Family Fun Day on Sunday 23rd September, 2018, at the Stables and all proceeds from the event will go to New Hope Children’s Hostel, a home for children with cancer and receiving treatment from Uganda Cancer Institute (UCI).
New Hope Children’s Hostel, a charitable organization, will be getting a lab facility with blood chemistry and full blood count machine. Cancer remains one of the highest killer diseases in Uganda and around the globe. It is more devastating when it attacks children.
Most organizations offering palliative care lack the necessary medicine, food, equipment and facilities to meet demand. That is why donations as such from Speke Resort Munyonyo is highly welcomed by receiving organizations.
The family fun day starts at 11:00 am and ends 6:00pm. It will be a fun packed day for all the family. Tickets for adults are available at Shs30,000 while entrance for kids is free of charge.
The days fun activities will include cooking competitions, polo lessons, boat ride, horse riding, water slide, bouncing castle, golf putting competition among others. There will also be food and drinks counters.
The food and beverages counters will be serving pizza, sushi, grilled meat, Indian vegetables, fast foods, ice cream, cakes and desserts, cocktails, wines and spirits, beer and soda.
The event organizers are calling all budding chefs to participate in cooking competition. The cooking competition which help participants to show off their cooking skills has be divided into three age categories.
The first competition will be among kids under ten years, then those between 10 and 14 and finally adults. Lots of prizes and raffle prizes will be won on the day.
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