CAKE, coffee and hand-crafted goods await at Palmanova’s annual Feed a Child charity event hosted by a group of local expats.
For almost a decade the group have supported poor and orphaned children in Peru, and five years ago were able to fund the opening of a new orphanage in a poor village south of Lima.
The coffee morning costs only €4 for endless coffee or tea with a big slice of homemade cake at the San Lorenzo Hall and Patio.
There will also be a market with crafts, jewellery, and second-hand books, as well as a raffle drawing.
Every euro raised at the May 5 event will go directly to the children in Peru, stresses the group.
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