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Dear Professor Brian Kelly,


Thanks for the positive gesture and  information for me and the  IPCC to get organized.  We do not take this Professor  for granted, but it shows us your total commitment to support the activities of the IPCC in Malawi and in particular, the impoverished sick people  at the Kamuzu Central Hospital (KCH). 

Professor, please extend my profound gratitude to all members of your loving IPCC team; namely: Gilliam Walsh, Sammy Birnie, Maria and the others whose names I have missed. Once more thanks for your support to the Interdenominational Pastoral Care Centre (IPCC).


Best Regards,
Sylvester, IPCC (Interdenominational Pastoral Care Centre)



Dear Sir,

I write on behalf of the Chief Commissioner of Prisons to acknowledge with gratitude on the donation of assorted items. The Malawi Prison Service received the following ; Female Soft Shell Jackets, Men's Trousers, Women workforce polo shirts, Tech Officer polo shirts, Male waterproof polo shirts, Male waterproof Jackets, Women's trousers, Female waterproof Jackets, Unisex Waterproof Jackets and Backpacks (Bags).

The Malawi prison Service has Nursery schools that enable kids for inmates to access education services as their mothers are serving their jail terms. The kids are mixed with prison and non prison staff as the way to change their psychological way of thinking. Therefore part of the donated items have been given to these kids.

The Malawi Prison Service sincerely appreciates for the donation because it has come in time and will help to ease some of our problems. Let me take this opportunity to rely my word of apology for delaying in giving token of appreciation to those who take vital role in supporting us. We were negatively affected with the Cyclones that destructed some parts of our cells and staff houses. Accept our apology for the delay.

We have attached some photos for the kids and Prison Staff members who have enjoyed the donation. God bless you for the support.

Yours Faithful

Sergeant Timothy Epulani









I hope this email finds you well
I write to convey my gratitude on behalf of the DHO for the items you sent us
We collected the consignment last week. It took us longer because our lorry was down but we are grateful for you always have Bwaila hospital at heart.
I also never got to thank you for the computers you left us..

May the good Lord richly bless you


Dr E. Rambiki Kajawo
Bwaila hospital



Good evening Brian, hope you are well together with your team members that visited Malawi and in particular Maula prison in Lilongwe. i write to acknowledge receipt of the consignment you sent to us as a gift. 

Let me say on behalf of the entire Maula prison station i wish to convey my sincere thanks for the goods words may fail me to say thanks but take it from your heart that your assistance has been timely and we hope that this is the beginning of more good things for us as we hope to have this relationship go beyond for years. 

Once again i say thank you so much for the gifts and may God bless you abundantly.

your friend,

Aaron Kaunda (SACP)
Maula Prison




We would like to express our appreciation and delight for your support you have rendered to our organization towards the welfare of our children and youth. Since STEKA has no donors at the moment, it is a great pleasure to receive such donation to provide shelter, clothes, food and school for our children who are under the care of STEKA children home.

We acknowledge receipt of donation of four boxes of mops and we are all thankful and delightful for your continued support.

For your convenience should you wish to continue with your kindness and generosity you can always contact STEKA in Nyambadwe in Blantyre in Malawi

GOD should bless your council as you have assisted children in dire need who could otherwise suffer without your help and support.

Yours faithfully

Godknows C.C Maseko / Hellen Maseko / Joseph Munyonga