This year, British cable manufacturer Tellurium Q, is supporting the charity Just a Drop, an organisation that works at a grassroots level to help communities around the world with access to sustainable safe water solutions, sanitation facilities and knowledge of safe hygiene practices.

Geoff Merrigan of TQ told us: “We came up with the idea of using the skill sets of Amanda Randall (pictured second from left), a Tellurium Q’ director, to create something that would help generate money for a defined project instead of just asking for money”.


With other musicians, Amanda has put together an EP of original songs and one cover that can be downloaded from here.

Geooff explains further: “This first project is raising money to help Mwambui Primary School Kenya. The children have no regular supply of clean drinking water so with your help we want to be able to fund a rain water harvesting tank, build hand washing stations and provide hygiene education. This first project is expected to require £10,000 to complete. Our aim, if the supporting with Music project works, is to roll any excess funding into a second project which will be decided by Just A Drop”.

“The recording and every other expense has either been funded or given so that every single penny that you pay and donate will go to this and hopefully future projects”.






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