Pounding the pavements to raise pounds for CAAT

Robin Lane, of St. Stephen’s Church in Dulwich, recounts a sponsored walk from the leafy suburbs to the heart of the speculative city.

On Saturday, 7 August, myself and Ian Pocock completed a walk to raise funds for Campaign Against the Arms Trade CAAT). We walked a total of 6.2 miles, starting at St. Stephen’s church in Dulwich, and finishing at the Stock Exchange in the City.

Robin and Ian at the beginning of their walk

The idea for the walk came about after I had decided on a walk to raise funds for St. Stephen’s. However, I soon decided on a joint walk to raise funds for CAAT also. I wanted to bring the message to the congregation that the arms trade is an unnecessary evil, and to impress upon them the importance of world peace. Continue reading “Pounding the pavements to raise pounds for CAAT”

Help raise money for CAAT whilst you surf

Just a quick note to let you know a new way of raising money for CAAT.

All you need to do is use search engine everyclick.com and select the Trust for Research and Education on the Arms Trade (TREAT) as your chosen charity.

Just visit www.everyclick.com/trustforresearchandeducationonthearmstradetreat/CT3693

TREAT will donate all proceeds from Everyclick to CAAT for our research and educational work.

Thank you!