The Rotary Club of Leeds Foundation Committee raised funds amounting to US$18392 with a matching grant to fund equipment for a spinal injury rehabilitation centre in Nepal.
On completion of the project, the club received a thank you email from Rotarians in Nepal expressing their thanks:
From: Rajan Raut [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: 15 November 2009 13:05
To: RtnRoger Parcival; RtnMelvyn Sumroy; Moira Pool
Cc: RtnShailendra Joshi; RtnRobert Rose; RtnJaya Shah; RtnRam Joshi; RtnRatna1 Shakya; TRF
colleen_odonnell; RtnBasudev Golyan; RtnTirtha Shakya; Spinal Injury; RtnAnil Shrestha; NOH Hospital
Subject: FW: [president3292] Matching Grant fund $18392
To Rotary Club of Leeds RI District 1040
Dear PDG Rtn Roger, PP Rtn Melvyn and Ms Moira,
Greetings from RC Kasthamandap!
We are glad to inform that DG Rtn Ratna Man Shakya of our RI District 3292 handed over X-ray to
Spinal Injury Rehab centre amidst function and also inaugurated it. Ms Ganga Adhikari
underwent X-ray imaging of Cervical and Vertebral injury.
On behalf of RC Kasthamandap, Spinal Injury Rehabilitation Centre and the target group, extend
sincere thanks to The Rotary Foundation and Rotary Club of Leeds.
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