Wonderful Derbyshire

STCML are so grateful to Derbyshire Unites for Nepal, Oakwood Yoga and the wonderful Phillipa Wilson for holding a coffee morning/afternoon to raise funds for us. The atmosphere was electric and the people so warm and inviting. A massive THANK YOU to you all! Well over £1,000 was raised on the day … which of…

Welcome to Samana

On Friday, 18 October, some of the Trustees of So the Child May Live joined members of HExN (Health Exchange Nepal) at a dinner in Liverpool to welcome Dr Samana Sharma (on the left).  Supported by the two charities, Dr Samana had come over to the UK to learn more about Child Protection work at…

Retire and Return!

STCML is delighted to welcome back to Kanti Hospital Dr KaiIash Sah (on the left) and Bishop Joshi, after they both retired earlier this year. The current Director has managed to persuade them both back. Kailash is charged with developing the blood bank and Bishop is back in his role as hospital administrator. Both of…

Relationships in Nepal

Barry and Jenni Pizer, the two trustees who were recently in Nepal had some extremely useful meetings with the Director of Kanti Children’s Hospital, Prof Ram Bichha. They discussed all of our projects, old and new and revisited the Memorandum of Understanding between Kanti and Alder Hey. The staff at Kanti are all extremely grateful…

Nepalese Charity Dinner

So the Child May Live recently attended a charity dinner with the Nepalese community in Liverpool. We promoted the work we carry out in the country and added our support to the work of others. You can read about it here.

Three Peak Triumph

Dave Quirk and Stephen Collinge have completed their Three Peak Challenge to raise money for So the Child May Live.  They climbed the three highest peaks in Britain – Ben Nevis in Scotland, Scafell Pike in England and Snowden in Wales – and did the whole thing, including driving from one place to the other,…

Wonderful Support from London

STCML was delighted to be invited to Ruislip Lido Railway in North London to help celebrate their 40th anniversary Gala at a weekend in June. This enabled us to raise vital funds for our work in Nepal. Trustee, Barry Pizer’s late father, Alan Pizer, volunteered at the railway for many years and loved it there. Many…

Sponsored Walk

On Sunday, 9 June 2019, over 60 people gathered in Haworth, Yorkshire, to do the Railway Children’s Walk as a sponsored event to raise money for So the Child May Live. The walk followed the route round many of the scenes of the film of the popular children’s story in which the family was broken…