It’s been more than usually hectic here at Hoaxtead Research this week, what with Jake Clarke’s recent involuntary hospitalisation, Kevin Justice/Weaver’s strange explanation of why that occurred, and Angie’s repudiation of Kevin’s explanation…not to mention Angie’s very sympathetic interview with ex-child-abusing-cult member Zen Gardner.
We’re taking a moment to catch our breath a bit, and to bring you up to date on a couple of housekeeping issues.
First, we mentioned last weekend that we were starting to build a database of Hoaxtead pushers who’ve made threats, false allegations, and harassing comments about any of the parents or families of Hampstead. The goal is to put our combined information into one document, which will be easily used by law enforcement and the courts.
If you look at the black bar along the top of the blog’s front page, you’ll see a new entry: it contains a link to our database-in-progress.
As you’ll see, we haven’t begun to include the actual links to each individual’s posts; that will be the next step. For now, we’re working on obtaining basic background information. If you have anything to add, or see where we’ve made any errors, please don’t hesitate to let us know!
How to donate to the orphanage Angie abandoned
Last week we reported that when Angie came under investigation for her dubious behaviour around her ‘Kenya Project’ this spring, she stopped making any donations to the small orphanage and school for which she’d professed such support. We have been in touch with Pastor David B. Chesoli, who runs Champions Orphanage and Academy at Moi’s Bridge, Kenya, and he is very grateful to hear that some of our readers would like to donate; however, there’s been some confusion about the best way to do so.
Sending donations directly from one’s bank means incurring a transaction fee of £9.70 (at least when we tried it!), but using online systems like PayPal doesn’t really work because Mr Chesoli has no access to it: he has very limited internet access, and relies on a smartphone to do most of his transactions.
We looked into setting up a GoFundMe account, but a couple of issues came up: GoFundMe operates only in the UK, EU, North America, and Australia. And they charge for their service, so when we withdrew the money to send to Kenya, we’d incur fees that would look like this:
In other words, 6.4% of the donation, plus £0.20 + VAT…and then we’d still have to pay the bank’s transaction fee.
Reader to the rescue!
We were beginning to wonder whether we’d promised something we couldn’t really deliver, when one of our readers let us know that they’d successfully used SecureMoneyGram.co.uk to make a sample donation of £20. This service deducted a total transaction fee of only 99p on that amount, which works out to about 5%…not bad considering what we’d been looking at!
So at this point, we’d like to suggest that anyone who wishes to donate to this very worthy cause can use Secure MoneyGram Online to send money directly to Mr Chesoli.
How to do it:
- Go to the Secure MoneyGram Online site: https://secure.moneygram.co.uk/
- Choose ‘Kenya’ as the recipient’s country.
- Fill in the recipient’s name: David Barasa Chesoli
- Fill in the amount you wish to send, check out, and you’re done! It’s very easy.
- You’ll receive a transaction number. You should email this, along with the amount sent, to Mr Chesoli at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org . This will enable him to pick up the donation.
And that’s about it for now…Housekeeping Team over and out!
p.s. We just heard back from our first donor that this method works fine: the money was collected today!