Orphaned Children of Mongolia

Update posted by Anne Hardy On Aug 26, 2015

Fundraising needed for the orphaned Mongolian children I have been helping over the last 8 years...

This year will be my eighth year volunteering in Mongolia. My aim has always been to raise awareness of orphaned abandoned children. In more recent years I have been raising money with the Rotary Club of Sovereign Harbour. Together we have been able to successfully sponsor children to attend vocational training to enable them to learn a trade or skill - for example, tailoring, carpentry, welding etc. This is crucial, as it gives them a chance to earn a living and boost their confidence, and assist them to integrate into society when they leave the orphanage. So far we have only been able to help a minority of children; however, I am working hard to raise funds to reach more children.

Any donations will be gratefully received. As an independent, self-funded volunteer, there are no administrative costs, and any money donated will directly benefit the children.

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well done to both of you, love from the Hillman family xx

Pauline Hillman

Backed with £30.00 On Jun 07, 2017


Very well done Anne, not forgetting your grandson too. A really worthy effort - again!

Brian Holmes

Backed with £20.00 On Jun 06, 2017



Backed with £10.00 On Jun 05, 2017


Well done

Yvonne Southgate

Backed with £10.00 On Jun 27, 2016


well done mum xxx

sean downes

Backed with £25.00 On Jun 20, 2016


Well done mum and Alex xxxx


Backed with £20.00 On Jun 15, 2016


Well done mum - another brilliant achievement. Love from us all xx

James Downes

Backed with £25.00 On Jun 09, 2016


Immensely proud of what you do. Go Annie go.......................

Peter Southgate

Backed with £200.00 On May 28, 2016


Well done mum. Keep up the good work. xxx

Mark Downes

Backed with £25.00 On Sep 23, 2015

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