Tibet Matters Annual Review: Thanks to our fundraising stars!

A huge thank you to all of you who undertook challenges, held coffee mornings, made collections and thought up so many other wonderful initiatives to raise money for Tibetans throughout the year. Unfortunately we can’t mention you all, but here are some of the stars…

Through her Shintaido classes, Susan Lacroix raised over £500 for Dekyiling stipends. Over the last four years she has raised nearly £3,000!

Alex Brown, Michael Stevenson and Graham Titcombe all successfully completed the gruelling Ride London Surrey 100 cycle raised challenge and raised over £1,800 between them. Raised £1,800

As part of the National Open Garden Scheme, Sue and Tom Stuart-Smith open their wonderful gardens at Serge Hill in Hertfordshire every June. We are immensely lucky they nominate Tibet Relief Fund to receive proceeds; this year it raised £975.

Dibby Nethercott runs the Home Farm Holiday Centre in Somerset where she puts out collection boxes for Tibet Relief Fund. Pennies do indeed make pounds as she raised £410!

On 10th March, Tibet Support Group Monmouth held an Evening in Tibet, which premiered a performance of Land of Snows, an original play by Margaret Iggulden. The group raised a brilliant £443.

And finally, a special thank you must go to flautist Chris Michell who has nominated Tibet Relief Fund to receive royalties from her Tibetan Chakra Meditation CD. Over the raised years it has raised thousands of pounds for us; this year we received £573.

A huge thanks to those mentioned and all of you who have got involved with Tibet Relief Fund. Please look at our Get Involved pages to find out all the ways you can support us.