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Closed 25/12/2015

raised of £2,500 target by 71 supporters

    Weʼve raised £2,410 to help students in Nepal affected by the earthquake

    Cambridge, United Kingdom
    Funded on Friday, 25th December 2015

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    The earthquake of 25th April 2015 killed > 9000 people, injured > 23000 more and left countless thousands homeless. With winter approaching very many people are still in makeshift shelter or tents and there is an urgent need for relief.



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      Page last updated on: 12/20/2015 15.24



      • The Younger Smith

        The Younger Smith

        Dec 20, 2015


      • PB


        Dec 13, 2015


      • Part 1B BOD student

        Part 1B BOD student

        Dec 10, 2015


      • Anonymous


        Dec 9, 2015


      • T Saunders-Wood

        T Saunders-Wood

        Dec 7, 2015

        A fantastic cause, I hope the trip goes well!


      • David


        Dec 7, 2015



      • Anonymous


        Dec 7, 2015

        A lovely way of honouring your grandfather.


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      Geoffrey Smith

      Geoffrey Smith

      Cambridge, United Kingdom

      I am Professor of Pathology and Head of the Department of Pathology at the University of Cambridge. I have a research laboratory interested in developing new and improved vaccines and teach medical, veterinary and science students about viruses.

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