Ruihua completed a duathlon (it was meant to be a triathlon but changed due to poor water quality) in aid of PAWA . She raised £176.25 which will help support the education of 7 PAWA girls for a year.
Oakwood School in Surrey became the first PAWA School Champion in September 2016 when the children raised an incredible £177.40 from their own pocket money and piggy banks after hearing a talk about our work to help send impoverished girls
Sri Owen, a freelance food and cookery writer, a cookery teacher, and a food consultant, celebrated her 80th birthday on 31st March 2015 with a special fundraiser for PAWA and raised £1877.50.
A huge thank you to PAWA Benefactor, Prithiva Navan who organised a delightful evening at Battersea Quarter Cafe in aid of PAWA and raised an amazing £1,300.
Roger Owen, our first male PAWA Friend, celebrated his 80th birthday on 6th May 2016 with a special fundraiser at Providores restaurant with a bespoke menu created by chef Peter Gordon and Roger’s wife, Sri Owen. The evening raised over
Yang May Ooi wrote and performed “Bound Feet Blues – a life told in shoes” at the Tristan Bates Theatre in 2015 and kindly offered an exclusive evening for PAWA supporters. The evening ended with a Q&A with Yang May
Paul Lau marked his 60th birthday on 12th December 2015 by organising a special Musical Soiree with several of his musician friends and raised £1192.50 for PAWA.
Sir Thomas Harris, kindly donated his fee of £300 for a talk that he did at the Korean Embassy.
Elizabeth Phillips, a 6th form student donated her prize of £250 for receiving the Westminster School Best Musician of the Year 2015.
Clare Muhiudeen, one of PAWA’s founding Charter members and Managing Director at Towers Watson, swam 2.2km in the Jax Sheko Challenge in Hong Kong and raised £1688.75.