Volunteering in India, Hilda Eaves
Hilda Eaves, from Carmarthen in Wales, is seeking to volunteer
in India for 12 months with the Project Trust, a gap-year
The JWCT decided to support Hilda with a grant of £250 in April
2010 as she was struggling to reach the £4,850 fundraising target
due to family circumstances.
Hilda said “thank you very much for your generous donation.
My friends are helping me with fundraising. Five of my friends who
are boys have agreed to have their legs waxed for charity.”
Project Trust was founded in 1967 as an educational charity on
the Hebridean Isle of Coll in North West Scotland. Project Trust
sends about 200 volunteers to twenty-five countries annually and
is widely respected as one of the most experienced and
professional gap year organisations in the UK. Over 5,000
volunteers have spent time abroad with Project Trust.
“Just a quick email to let you know all is well at my
project in India. The school I am volunteering at is called Sri
Chaitanya School. It is located in the small village of Tanguturu
. . . There are approximately 800 pupils. I teach nursery to . . .