HELP isn’t a an introduction agency, or is it?!

HELP isn’t an introduction agency, but sometimes unwittingly acts as one! On Saturday 6th April, Kerrie Anne Sullivan and Ashim Bhatta reconfirmed the vows they made at a Hindu ceremony in Nepal last year. This event, to which Yami and I were kindly invited, was held at a church in Keston, Kent. Kerrie was a HELP volunteer in the village of Changu Narayan, Nepal, where she first met Ashim. Ashim’s mother, Sarita, who runs a guest house in the village, also attended the event.

All of us at HELP wish Kerrie, Ashim and their baby son, Siddhartha, every happiness in the years to come.

Barbara Porter, Director Volunteer Programme, and I will be visiting Changu Narayan this coming October, and hope to meet Ashim and his mother again on their own territory!

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Volunteering with HELP offers all the good things of working with a small, personal organisation: in-depth local knowledge from the HELP organisers, and the feeling that one is doing something for the first time.
Daniel CookAlgarah School