We are very lucky to have so many supportive friends. People who have been to Nepal and worked in the schools, those that have painted buildings, worked along side staff, worked in the nursery, run a variety of projects such as: mask making; PowerPoint linked to traditional stories; photography, art and dance. Have undertaken fundraising at home through coffee mornings, music festivals, Burns night, sponsored events, wine tasting and many more. If you have something you would like to do then visit our Just Giving page where you can run your own page and start fundraising for us.
Chris went out to Nepal and helped clear land following the devastating earthquake. He helped resource and redecorate an orphan hostel.
Faye went out to Nepal and helped clear land following the devastating earthquake and helped resource and redecorate an orphan hostel.
Anne raised money for cameras and ran a photography project. We linked the project to a curriculum story and made PowerPoint presentations.
Here are the finished papier mâché Lakhe masks. A great time was had by all. Perhaps you could run a project like this...
Allison came out to volunteer, she helped raise money for nursery resources and painted one of the nurseries with her friend Helen.
Reg Gray came out to Nepal to fulfil a dream of seeing mountains. With Den, he painted a clinic and our library.
Christine Gray made her dream of visiting another culture come true. She set up and taught staff how to run the Oxford Reading Tree scheme.
Caroline Gray has volunteered several times to work with the children in Gorkha Nepal. She has worked in and helped with several nursery classes.
Sue Clark volunteered for our nursery project, she helped paint two nursery classes, carried resources out with her and supported our nursery training.