Save a Child's Life this Winter

Mar 16, 2010

Final Report and Thank you

Thank You
Thank You

On behalf of all of here at People First here in India may I send our heartfelt appreciation to you all for helping us reach our funding target for the appeal, and therefore being able to help hundreds of children and families keep warm and safe this winter. We hope you will feel able to continue your wonderful support for our work through Global Giving in the future. If any of you would like to receive a copy by mail of our latest annual report with full accounts and details of all our projects, please email request to us at with your mailing address. We also run a very successful Village experience programme, which you can view, on our website at You are most welcome to apply. There is a special rate for Global Giving supporters of $399 USD for the entire programme, which some participants in the past have described as life changing, and offers a chance to experience something of village India. Once again our profound gratitude to you all.


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Project Leader

Nick Hansen

Project Liason Officer
Bodhgaya, Bihar India

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