Linda Norgrove Foundation reports latest spending

A charity installation in memory of a scots aid worker spent £one hundred forty,000 within the remaining twelve months on tasks assisting girls and kids in afghanistan.
Linda norgrove, from lewis, have been operating within the u . S . A . When she changed into seized by using rebels in september 2010.
She changed into killed at some stage in a rescue strive by us special forces the following month.
The linda norgrove foundation has reported helping to cowl the costs of children's surgery and education.

The muse changed into set up by means of 36-yr-vintage ms norgrove's parents john and lorna, who still stay at the isle of lewis.
In its state-of-the-art annual record, the charity suggested that it protected the overall fee of 10 surgical approaches for children, along with 4 heart operations.
The norgrove's bothy at mangerstaimage copyrightdygpotography/the linda norgrove foundation
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A bothy the norgroves constructed near their domestic has helped to raise some of the budget dispensed
Afghan beekeepersimage copyrightlinda norgrove basis
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The foundation supports charity work and additionally small groups run with the aid of ladies in afghanistan
Budget also went in the direction of libraries, to projects supporting girls break out abuse and additionally small groups run through women, along with one which involves rearing silk worms and weaving the silk.
A contribution was also made to the afghanistan national juggling championship.
The charities resources of funding include a bothy the norgrove's built on cliffs close to their home 30 years in the past.
Considering that lately beginning it as much as site visitors, donations given by using the ones the usage of the bothy has raised more than £1,000 for the muse.
The bothy at mangersta turned into currently featured in a bothy guidebook wherein it was listed as one among scotland's top five "romantic hideaways"


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