Staff-in-Fundraising-for Nepal earthquake victims.
St. Helier University Hospital Carshalton
Subject: Many thanks for your kind donation in support of earth quake victim in Nepal ,
Sine the giant Himalayan Earthquake struck just after 1100 hrs on 25th of April 2015 followed by another strong quake on 12 th of May 2015 in Nepal , which took lives of more than 8000 people including foreign and local mountaineers, trackers and tourists who had been visiting and having on to the mountain trail walk in Nepal.
Also it caused severe injuries to thousands of people and affecting livelihood of people as much as to 8 million across the country.
The disaster, which was the biggest to hit the country since1934, which prompted not only the people across the UK to begin fundraising campaign but also the generous staffs at the Epsom and St. Helier University Hospital Carshalton have managed to fund raising campaign and handed the donated money in to Chairman Mr. Nur Thapa South London Nepalese Gurkha association ( SLNGA) on 15th of May 2015 at 1400 hrs at St .Helier Hospital’s main entrance by Madam Jo Jo head of the health care staff along with Mr. Charlie in support of earthquake victims and their families in Nepal.
So on behalf of South London Nepalese Gurkha association’s members and children of Gurkhas ( COG) SLNGA , we members of executive and advisory committee members as led by Chairman Nur Thapa would like to extend our warmest gratitude for kind and generous help to Madam Jo Jo , Mr. Charlie, Franca Serafini Anaesthetist in maternity who raised £280.00 by cake sale , Metie Restaurant who provided venue to cater Charity Lunch in the hospital , and our Nepalese sisters from SLNGA who are working in St.Helier Hospital who did very hard work to organise a charity lunch campaign in association with Madam JO JO and Mr. Charlie.
At the end we ensure you that your every penny will be very precious to the people of Nepal who are in
destitute condition as stricken by Himalayan giant quake.
We are very gratefulness for your help which would be greatly appreciated.
South London Nepalese Gurkha association Morden