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by Global Vision International Charitable Trust
Jan 15, 2013

Happy New Year

Happy New Year! We hope 2013 has started well for you. Here at the Global Vision International Charitable Trust we are looking forward to an exciting year!  Despite 2012 being a challenging year for fundraising, we saw a good growth in donations thanks to supporters such as yourself. We have seen 5 of the projects we have helped grow establish themselves independently, launched new projects in Nepal, seen one of the schools we support in Fiji awarded Blue School status, from the International Rainwater Harvesting Alliance.  We have supported both Fiji and Thailand through tough times and disaster appeals and seen a large number of participants fundraising to raise extra funds for the projects.

We are busy at the moment working on new charity challenges in Mexico, Costa Rica, South Africa, India, Nepal and Thailand. These will involve participants spending 4-6 days trekking, kayaking, cycling and even paragliding to raise funds for projects in those countries, with the amazing added bonus of getting to spend a day on that project to see the fantastic work being done. Keep an eye on our website for these going live shortly!

Thank you all for your fundraising efforts and donations and we look forward to reporting continued success in the coming months. For more information, please see our website



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Organization Information

Global Vision International Charitable Trust

Location: Exeter, Devon - United Kingdom
Project Leader:
Kate Robey
Exeter, Devon United Kingdom