Weʼre raising £4,000 to supply equipment and provide education to vulnerable children in India and Nepal (I'll pay for everything else & bring love & compassion!)
- North Wales, UK
- Health and medical
- Time left
- 35 days to go
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It is strange indeed to say that Gymnastics (and my mum! god bless her soul), made me the confident, caring and compassionate person that I am today, standing before you, asking for you to share the journey and support this project.
As a nurse, teacher and believer in good in the world, I am at my own expense, taking the many skills that I have developed to India and Nepal to upskill care providers there. I am currently selecting five ambassadors who I will be training in the latest methodologies developed for the care of the young, underprivileged and disabled. I will maintain contact with my ambassadors throughout the year, track and support their progress and work towards creating a community of health-carers, particularly in the hard to reach communities, giving children there, the gift of a good start in life.
I have paid for the trip myself (£2300) as well as special trainings (HANDLE, Montessori, Relax Kids, Story Massage, Sherbourne and Rebound Movement Therapies ~ £4000) and would like to be able to leave specialist equipment with the people I share these skills with.
Please visit my website for details of the education, therapies and equipment I will be sharing, along with a list of the items you can choose to sponsor and the ambassadors you can support
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About the fundraiser
North Wales, UK
I am passionate about all children having the opportunity to have a basic education, I feel this is a human right, and my purpose is to support all children in accessing education. I am a trained therapist, teacher and nurse with experience in project work in the developing world