OUr contact with the Grace Orphanage was established through Rotarian John Harrison who has a long-standing involvement which he developed through climbing expeditions to the Himalayas.
The orphanage provides a safe home for some of the most deprived children in the world. Children who have ben abandoned by their parents or orphaned and would otherwise be living on the streets. They are provided with food, clothing, education, medical care, friendship and love etc; in short a home.
The borehole has been sunk to a depth of 140ft at a cost of £3000. £500 from each of the King's Lynn Rotary Clubs and £1500 from a District Grant.
more A contribution of £275 to the Learning for Life charity has provided a sustainable oven for Kacwamanga Primary School
more A progress report on this project to provide micro-finance to entrepreneurs in developing countries
more Following presentations by our members about Shelter Box to Wisbech Grammar School, the school has raised an amazing Â£12,000 over the last 5 years for the charity
more A report on our day at the Sandringham Flower Show distributing crocus corms in aid of Purple for Polio
more We are supporting the Rainbow Centre in Sri Lanka in partnership with the other two King's Lynn rotary Clubs
more To suggest to members that instead of giving Christmas cards to other Rotary members we each make a voluntary contribution of Â£20 to club funds to be used on the "Lend With Care" initiative.
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