Well Done Dylan and all his supporters having raised £1080.00 for our Pair a Privy appeal.  This will now go to providing four toilet blocks to rural schools and communities in Madagascar.

Dylan Rowlands, a regular supporter, recently celebrated his 60th birthday. This marks a century since his great grandfather, Thomas Rowlands, died. Thomas spent over 50 years working in Madagascar helping local Malagasy and wrote books about his experiences.
Dylan owns a cellar shop, café and bar in Wales ( The wine shop has fine wines sourced from across the globe, as well as the café holding regular art, music and literature events.
In memory of his great grandfather and in support of Money for Madagascar, Dylan has themed the front of his shop around our ‘Pair a Privy’ appeal which involves raising funds to purchase a lifesaving toilet block for an isolated school in Madagascar. Our ‘Pair a Privy’ scheme is aimed at building hygienic facilities to decrease incidences of sickness and child mortality in remote areas of Madagascar, where these facilities may not be readily available. To find out more about our Pair a Privy scheme and how you can also get involved, visit
We thank Dylan for his generosity and look forward to seeing what he will achieve later with his fundraising.
If any MfM supporters are in the area, why not try out Dylan’s fine wines and lovely food.