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We aim to provide high quality education for children in Indian, Nepali and Tanzanian communities; to enable livelihood opportunities within these communities; and to motivate the children to progress as far as possible with their education and contribute back to their communities
MondoChallenge Foundation Registered charity number 1106237
Since the 2015 earthquake in Nepal destroyed an estimated 9,000 schools, Mondo Foundation has worked with local communities to build 12 new schools. Now we need your help to fund and train teachers.
"I missed the event unfortunately but I do hope it went well. Looking forward to hearing from my Trustee friend more about the great work Mondo is doing. Best wishes. K"
Keith Simpson donated
£30.00 + £7.50 Gift Aid
"hope fundraising concert went well"
Jennifer Kidd.Keating donated
€20.00 + €0.00 Gift Aid
"Good luck to Mondo Challenge in their various fund raising efforts"
Paul Woolfenden donated
£500.00 + £125.00 Gift Aid
"Dear Gill and Hirsh
Warm congratulations on a very special anniversary. All happiness now and always.
Judith and Brian"
"Donation is to celebrate wedding anniversary of Hirsh & Gill Cashdan"
"This donation is given following a visit to Kalimpong and learning of the good work being done by Santa Rai & Mondo Challenge Kalimpong."
karen lewis donated
£50.00 + £12.50 Gift Aid
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