KTS have just celebrated their 32nd anniversary . Chief guest Dr, Shuresh Raj Sharma, founder of Kathmandu University, inaugerated the program and gave prizes to the students. Thanks was given to KASIN for sponsoring the Orphanage.
We are visiting Nepal again in November and will meet and talk with some of the students at the orphanage.
For the last 4 years the Round Straven 50 mile event has raised money for Kasin as well as for another charity, Heath Help International. Many thanks to all involved brilliantly organised and what an amazing community.
Over three days, from Weds 3 to Fri 5 April, our trustee Sophie and her sister Naomi will climb five Wainwright fells spelling out the initials KASIN; the Knott (739m), Angletarn Pikes (565m), Shipman Knotts (587m), Ill Bell (757m) and Nethermost Pike (891m). You can help to sponsor them on Virgin Money