Next summer I will be heading out to Sindhupalchowk to help Childreach Nepal make their new classrooms a brighter and more engaging learning environment for the children. Since the earthquakes, Childreach has worked relentlessly to ensure that children were safe from child traffickers and were able to still access education after their schools were destroyed. In the last month, the first of their new classrooms have started going up!

Fundraising at university feels like a walk in the park compared to now. Working life is busy and hectic, and I also know my friends and family feel a little weary of all my charity endeavours. Donations don’t come as easily as they used to do…

So I turned to local press in the hope of drumming up local support!

Last week I was featured in ‘Get Reading’ (Reading’s leading online newspaper)
Read the article here:

“Woodley fundraiser heading to Nepal to rebuild classrooms destroyed by earthquakes”

This morning I found a familiar face in both the Reading Chronicle and the Woodley and Earley Chronicle!

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I desperately need your support to hit my fundraising target of £2,300. Please give what you can: https://mydonate.bt.com/fundraisers/rebuildnepal

If you cannot give, please let me know of any businesses, schools or local organisations that may be able to help with fundraising events or donations.
Thank you

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