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£1,355
raised of £500 target by 25 supporters

    Weʼve raised £1,355 to help fund our trip to The Village of Hope, Bandaging unit and to help provide supplies and equipment

    Delhi, India
    Funded on Wednesday, 7th February 2018

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    Dreams to Reality

    Ever since I qualified as a podiatrist (back in 1987)I have always wanted to work with leprosy patients. This became a reality last year when I was able to visit and work at The Village of Hope, Delhi, in their bandaging units.

    It was an amazing experience and I really believe that my input has improved the service the patients receive. I was able to offer further training and support to Raju (he is only person bandaging wounds there.He is a leprosy sufferer himself and cannot read or write).

    Ongoing Support

    Since I've been back, as a result of continued support and donations I have been able buy much needed lights and medical trolleys for the bandaging units as well as procure funding for Raju to have an assistant.

    My next visit

    I have booked flights to return with Lloyd, my husband, who is also a podiatrist in January 2018. We plan to continue to support Raju and empower him through the skills we teach him so he feels confident that he can, not only, keep wounds clean and patients out of hospital but that he can help HEAL their wounds too.

    THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT

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    • Alison Clark-Morris5 years ago
      Alison Clark-Morris

      Alison Clark-Morris

      5 years ago
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      Thank you all very much!

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    • Alison Clark-Morris5 years ago
      Alison Clark-Morris

      Alison Clark-Morris

      5 years ago

      As some of you already know. Lloyd and I completed our walk from Theale to Hungerford (accompanied by Peppa for part of it). It went well and the weather was kind to us...we got just a little bit damp. I was struggling towards the end with a painful knee but a quick stop at the Dundas Arms for a large glass of red wine and some painkillers helped to complete the final leg. A massive thank you to all of you who have donated and sponsored us. We have far exceeded our target.

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    Supporters

    25

    • Edwina McDowall

      Edwina McDowall

      Feb 5, 2018

      Amazing work Lloyd and Ali. Keep it going!

      £50.00

    • Paul Bampton

      Paul Bampton

      Jan 19, 2018

      Well done Ali & Lloyd. Great work, Fantastic effort. We have kept the lane warm for you Lloydy.

      £50.00

    • Suzanne Farrell

      Suzanne Farrell

      Jan 6, 2018

      Have a great time. So proud of you xxx

      £30.00

    • Jill  and Len Palfrey

      Jill and Len Palfrey

      Dec 18, 2017

      Well done!

      £40.00

    • Belinda Chaffer

      Belinda Chaffer

      Dec 13, 2017

      Well done Ali - it is a great thing that you are doing!

      £30.00

    • Caroline Russell

      Caroline Russell

      Dec 11, 2017

      Such a great cause - all the best for a wonderful, enriching trip xxx

      £25.00

    • Yulia Kerr

      Yulia Kerr

      Dec 11, 2017

      £10.00

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    Alison Clark-Morris

    Alison Clark-Morris

    Delhi, India

    Self employed Podiatrist. Lives and work in Berkshire. Married to Lloyd Clark-Morris (Podiatrist) Mother of 3 girls.

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