Click to read Homes B'day message from Canadian Council Chairman Arifin Graham.
Homes Birthday Message from GO Chairman Anirban Bhattacharyya.
Every month GO receives a donation from Kathleen Irving, Irene Harrison, Vanda Campbell (nee Fraser) and Glynis Johnson (nee Pratt). The funds are used to support GO projects. GO would like to thank the ladies for their generous donations and their support and commitment to GO and the Homes.
If you would like to set up a monthly direct debit payment to GO, it is easy to set up using our Enthuse Charity Checkout facility.
GO ELECTIONS NOTICE
The GO Secretary, under the Constitution and Rules of the Global OGB Association, invites expressions of interest from any GO Member, to nominate a GO member to join the Worldwide Management Committee to fill vacancies. The GO Management Team will confirm the new members at their meeting in September 2020. For further information and nomination form click here.
HEAL THE WORLD PROJECT
The Dr Graham's Homes Heal the World Project by the DGH OGB's premiered on the evening of 15th. July, 2020. 31 OGB's came together virtually ranging from ICSE Batches of 1962 to 2016 , from more than 15 locations across the world, with 4 renowned musicians and singers.
Organised/produced/directed by OGB Danny Khawas it is hoped the event will generate interest in DGH amongst OGBs and supporters and raise funds to support improvements for the kids at the Homes.
Don't forget to check it out and share it with your friends!
MANAGING COVID-19 AT THE HOMES.
Like everywhere else in the globe, the Homes has been affected by the virus. In the aftermath of the lockdown, instructed by the Indian government, it has had to act quickly to manage the crisis.
Read message from Mr Neil Monteiro, DGH Principal, advising the Homes BOM Chairperson Dr Gillian Rosemary-Hart of the actions taken to-date.
2020 COTTAGE RENOVATIONS COMPLETED.
GO 2020 Cottage Renovations, GO’s 4th. annual Winter Project in the Homes was successfully completed in early February 2020. Improvements were made to Bene, New Thorburn and Elliott plus much needed water tanks were installed. The total project cost was Rs. 7.9 lacs (£9K/US$11K). You can read the final Project Report including a message from the GO Chairman here.
Organiser Tenzing Norsang has advised that the much anticipatedÂ bike event, scheduled for September 2020, has been postponed due to the Coved-19 pandemic. The Bhutan to Kalimpong ride is now expected to take place in September 2021.
Read Tenzing’s note for further information and acknowledgement of the bike ride participants.