Past Events

London Thames Walk

NVF organised a 12k fundraising walk on Saturday the 12th of April 2014 which started at Greenwich, the Cutty Sark and finished at Westminster, the London Eye. Seventeen supporters participated in the walk to walk along the Thames path through beautiful historical sites of Docklands. We had a fantastic fun day and raised over £2500 to support the Girls’ Education Project in Nepal. More at NVF 2014 Walk .

Participants of the walk taken at Greenwich the starting point

Participants of the walk taken at Greenwich the starting point

RnB Rock Everest

Bronwyn and Robert got married in June 2012 and as a ‘post moon’ honeymoon trip, they wanted to undertake a challenge that has been on their bucket list for ages! So for the challenge, they set up to trek to Everest Base Camp and they made it on the 28th of October 2012 at noon. Altitude of the Base Camp is 5,364 metres (17,598 feet) and trekking to the Camp is very tuff and not many people can do it but they did it and most importantly they are safe.

They also decided to raise funds to support projects in Nepal through the challenge and for that they chosen Nepal Village Foundation (NVF). On behalf of ‘Commuity Mess’ they have raised over £1,375 for NVF. This means a lot to small grassroot organisations like NVF. More at [Bronwyn and Robert fundraising page at Virgin Money Giving]

Bronwyn and Robert in the photo at Everest Base Camp in Nepal