Nepal earthquake

Seeing┬áthe devastation from the recent 7.9 earthquake in Nepal and the difficulties encountered by aid organisations in getting help to those in need, especially in those remote areas most affected by the quake, it became clear to us that the best way to help is to provide assistance directly to the people. We have many friends in Nepal. Amongst those is Dharma, a trekking guide froDharmam the village of Dhawa. His family home was destroyed as were many houses in that vDhawaillage. So we have decided to donate all our profits from this weekend’s St Andrews market to him, his family, and the community of Dhawa. We will also donate clothing, time and effort to various fundraising activities here in Australia. Giving directly means no administration fees, no delays and helping where it is really needed.

Love and light to all