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Rebuilding Schools Nepal Fundraising Page

2 team members

Total raised so far £0.00

Target £0.00

Total plus Gift Aid: £0.00

Raised offline: £0.00

Team story

[p]Hi, thanks for visiting our page raising money to rebuild Antarastriya Yuba Barsa Secondary School, Ramechhap following the April 2015 earthquake.[/p][p]Over the last 2 years we have been amazed and encouraged by the supporting and commitment of so many helping to raise money.[/p][p]Enormous thanks to:[/p][p]-all the schools who are joining our 40 schools fundraising challenge this year[/p][p]-the Eden Singers for their wonderfull concert on 8th October in Bolton.[/p][p]-the walkers (28!) who successfully completed the Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challange on Saturday 25th June, thank you all for your amazing support![/p][p]-the Coast to Coast Cycle team of 20 riders who have also done an amazing job fundraising for our school[/p][p]Your donations will be quickly processed and passed to our UK based partner charity. All of the money will go directly to supporting the school, there are no paid UK staff we are all volunteers. Virgin Money Giving is a not for profit organisation and will claim gift aid on a charity's behalf where the donor is eligible for this. We really appreciate all your support and thank you for any donations.[/p][p]We first visited this school whilst trekking in the region in April 2015 before the earthquakes and talked with the inspiring headteacher Kamal Bikram with whom we are in regular contact. You can see a slide show about the project at www.rebuildingschoolsnepal.org  In October we will return to the school to see progress and assess current needs.[/p][p][b]To date in total we have raised over £18,000[/b]. £1200 has funded stationary at the school for 2 years, and £1,500 has helped re-establish a safe drinking water supply for the school for the first time since the earthquakes and funds for the compost toilets are in place. The roads are still in poor condition which hampers travel of supplies and equipment to the school. We visited in October 2016 and were able to see the stationary and water supply in place. The children are still having classes in bamboo shelters which offer little protection from the rain, wind and cold.[/p][p]We are hoping to raise a total of[b] £35,000. [/b][b]to[/b] fund building of classrooms, science equipment, IT and library resources to enable children to study for their +2s (A level equivalent) which will enable them to go on to study for professions.[/p][p]Do see www.rebuildingschoolsnepal.org for more infomation[/p]

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Personal Challenge Date

01 May 2017


Love Nepal

Love Nepal




Donated from Helen, Rafik and Niall for stationary and transport for April 2018.

£1000.00 plus £250.00 Gift Aid



Donated by a kind lady at Creative Calm in Prestwich. Thank you for supporting Rebuilding Schools Nepal.



Helen Woodward

With thanks to Lisa and all your friends for your a wonderful fundraising evening on Friday 1st December. Thank you so much for supporting Rebuilding Schools Nepal.




With thanks to Dena and all your customers at Bal Harbour Boutique in Prestwich for your amazing support. Thank you for supporting Rebuilding Schools Nepal.




With thanks to Dena and all her lovely customers at Bal Harbour Boutique for your amazing support!



Helen Woodward

Kindly donated by all at Bolton 050 Friendship Centre at their meeting on 11th September 2017. Thank you so much for your support!




Donation from Karen Ardley - Thank you!




£200.00 plus £50.00 Gift Aid


Paul Kelly

"One child, one pen, can change the world" Malala Yousafzai

£45.00 plus £11.25 Gift Aid



With thanks to everyone who has bought from Handmade in Nepal, the small business set up enabling us to promote and and support the school in Nepal.

£200.00 plus £50.00 Gift Aid

Helen Woodward

Helen Woodward

Rafik Iddin

Rafik Iddin