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Kiran Magar

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raised of £5,000 target by 72 supporters

Weʼre raising £5,000 to help flood victims of Dhorpatan, Nepal. I am running 200 Kilometer from London 02 Arena to Oxford to raise funds.

Stroud, Gloucestershire
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Emergency Appeal for the flood victims of Dhorpatan, Nepal.

On the 2nd of September 2020, weeks of heavy rain in Dhorpatan, Nepal caused a large landslide to block the river Bhuji Khola, which then turned into a massive reservior. The blocked river brust its way out sweeping everyting that stood on its way. Houses, schools, hospitals, roads and livestock all disappeared into the rubble. Up untill 6th Octber, Only 22 bodies have been recovered and 15 are still missing.

The news fo flooding in Dhorpatan, Nepal was devastating, even listening to such news from here in England breaks my heart. To think of all those people who have lost their houses, livelihoods and even their loved ones makes me very sad.

A few Stories form the Survivors,

The adverse impact of the flood has mae the victims' lives distant from normality. Parents have lost their children; children their parents. A 13 year old boy lost both his parents. The boy, still in shock, tells the onlookers that his parents will come back for him. He said, he is only left with few cattle, no food and place to live.

An 18 year old girl recalls how she and her mother grabbed each other's hands as their house and floor began to peel away aganist the baneful torrent. Their instinct was to save eachother, they struggled how not to let their hands part was all she could think of. But you are helpless agains the nature. She said, she watched her mum vanish under the rubble, there are many such heart breaking stories from the survivors.

So, I wanted to do something in any small way that I can do to help the people and situation over there.

For that reason I will be running non stop 200km, over the weekend on the 16th and 17th October, along the Thames Path to raise funds for the victims.

In the past, I have done many charity runs and have raised money for Cancer Research UK, Oxfam Uk and did the 'race4men' running event. This time people in Nepal are desperate for any kind of Donation. They were already struggling with the current pandamic and now on top of that they have had to face such a dreadful disaster. My relatives have lost their loved ones and the pain they are in right now is unbreable. All Donations will directly go to victims.

Nepal is the place of my birth, it is a part of my life, a part of my family's life. It is a part of my heart. Plese Donate to rebuild their lives and dreams.

Thank you very much for your generosity. Your donation truly means so much to both myself personally and, of course, to all the affected victims. Every signle penny donated is very much appreciated.

Aftermath from flooding

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hL5SYENgU-o&t=8s&ab_channel=LocalNepaliNews

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  • Kiran Magar2 months ago
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    Kiran Magar

    2 months ago

    Time goes so fast! it's been just over a month since I ran 200 kilometer along the Thames River. Looking back at that weekend still takes me to the starting line of nervousness. I wasn't sure if everything''s going to be as planned. That uncertinity always kept me on the spot, all I need to do is put one step at a time.I am very thankful to those who have, very kindly supported my cause and made a donation. I can't quiet believe that i have managed to raised so much money. If you haven't done yet please donate now. My weeked run, Thames River

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  • Kiran Magar3 months ago
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    Kiran Magar

    3 months ago

    Thank you all for your donations. It was so motivating that it helped me be on the right side of the mind to finish 200k. It motivated me to keep moving when there were times that I could have easily quit and go home in comfortable bed. I am so grateful to my crews and pacers who went extra miles to make this event sucessful. Without you lot reaching to the finish line wasn't possible. You guys are the best in the world. Thank you once again, I hope we all achieved something special out of it.

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  • Kiran Magar3 months ago
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    3 months ago

    2 days left for the main event! We are planning to start at 8.30am from 02 Arena, London. We will be maintaining social distancing and follow government guidlines. Please have a look at checkpoints below and you will be able to track my physical location on that day. Many organisations, NGO and INGO have been giving them a relief aid but people with Austism and Learning Disabilities are left behind, No one has ever heard or feel their cries so this aid will go directly to them. https://map.racetracker.no/?race=kiran_magar_thames_path_2020

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Page last updated on: 12/8/2020 14.25

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  • Laura

    Laura

    Dec 8, 2020

    Congratulations on completing your challenge Kiran

    £40.00

  • Louise Bolton

    Louise Bolton

    Dec 8, 2020

    Well done Kiran

    £10.00

  • Bram

    Bram

    Nov 30, 2020

    £20.00

  • Vicky smith

    Vicky smith

    Nov 29, 2020

    Keep up the hard work Kiran!!! Well done x

  • Jhandu Don (resham)

    Jhandu Don (resham)

    Nov 29, 2020

    All the Best Daju!

    £10.00

  • Major (Retd) Udaibahadur Gurung MBE

    Major (Retd) Udaibahadur Gurung MBE

    Nov 16, 2020

    Well Done.

    £51.00

  • Werner White

    Werner White

    Nov 8, 2020

    A great achievement for a worthy cause

    £20.00

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Kiran Magar

Kiran Magar

Stroud, Gloucestershire

I am an Ultra marathon runner. Running 200km to raise money for the flood victims in Dhorpatan, Nepal.

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