We are thrilled to announce that we have not only reached our target of £10,000 to build our first Trotters school for children in rural Nepal but have well exceeded our hopes and have reached an extraordinary total of £16,000! This is fantastic news and is enabling us to complete the school build on time as well as adding a 3 year funding programme including monitoring for a library too!
Well done everyone and THANK YOU for your help.
In April, sisters Natasha and Victoria Ross, the two daughters of our Trotters founders Richard Ross and Sophie Mirman, will venture on a trek with The CAIRN Trust to Hille Taksar where they will unveil our Trotters plaque and open the Shree Barahi Milan School. We are all very excited and will track their progress here closely.