Vigilance is proud of its enduring links to the Gurkha community of Nepal, and to celebrate this longstanding association this Dashain we are running a charity 5 or 10km run in Hyde Park in aid of the Gurkha Welfare Trust (the GWT).
In January last year Vigilance committed to raise funds to rebuild the Siddartha School in Chiuribot, Western Nepal, following the devastation caused in April 2015 by a 7.8 magnitude earthquake. This reconstruction project builds on Vigilance’s chosen charity partnership with the GWT.
The reconstructed Siddartha School will be earthquake resistant but it is not only its design that is ground breaking; the intention is to sustainably service the long term educational, medical and social needs of an isolated subsistence farming community in Nepal's Kali Gandaki zone.
We'd love you to join us for this fun run in Hyde Park, and show true Gurkha grit to help make our Siddartha School project a reality. The race will start at 1300 on Friday 14th October 2016, with participants arriving for pre-race preparations from noon.
To register as a fun run participant in either the 5km or 10km event please follow the link below, registrations close at 0100 this coming Wednesday 12th October:
For those less inclined to sweat it out in front of others any donations to the GWT and our chosen project would be hugely appreciated, visit our company Just Giving page https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/VigilanceProperties
Many thanks indeed for the support and help of our event sponsors:
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