Golf Day 2019

    April 28, 2019

    We would like to invite you to attend our 9th Annual Charity Golf Day on Monday 9th September 2019 at Stockport Golf Club, sponsored again this year by Creamline Dairies. Last year’s event raised around £7000, allowing us to pay the education costs for all the children in our two children’s homes. That’s over 150 …..

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    Mark’s Visit to India

    April 7, 2019

    Mark visited India in November 2018 to meet with the LCCT trustees and to see both children’s homes. These annual visits are crucial for us to discuss the future plans of the charity face-to-face with our Indian partners and to get an accurate update on our operation in India firsthand. All trustee visits are normally …..

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    Jay’s Medical Camp

    April 7, 2019

    We were bowled over by the £5,375 raised by Jay and the Peaky Climbers on their 3 Peaks Challenge last summer and are delighted to be able to share photos from the medical camp that they funded in memory of Jay’s mother. We are very grateful to Jay and the Peaky Climbers for their incredible …..

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    Success Story from India – Hema Parimala

    April 7, 2019

    When Hema Parimala’s 70-year-old father died, he left her mother alone, illiterate and ill with an abdominal tumour which often causes her unbearable pain, leaving her bedridden most of the time. A neighbour cared for the family as there was no one else to support them. The family lived with her mother in a small …..

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    Christmas Fundraising Success

    April 7, 2019

    We had a great response to our unique, handcrafted Christmas cards this year, sold in packs of 5 for just £5. We also ran our annual Christmas Direct campaign which provides a full Christmas for a child in our homes: Christmas dinner, a new set of clothes, a visit from their parents and a small …..

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    Success Story from India – Pavithra

    April 6, 2019

                    Pavithra lived with her father, mother and two brothers in a village, where her father worked as a labourer in fields and on building sites. He was a serious alcoholic and regularly started drunken fights in the village. During one fight, he was brutally murdered, and left behind …..

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