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Minara Begum

“Visiting the school really had a huge impact on me, and it was quite an emotional experience meeting all of the children, who have so little, but are happy at school.”

Minara helping in an art class at a Deaf school in Nepal

Leah Farah

“Amazing, once in a lifetime, heart-warming.”

Leah helping in class during her Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Kathryn McCarthy

“Thank you to VoluntEars for giving me this amazing opportunity and a lifetime of memories. It was fully inclusive and accessible by all.”

Kathryn (left) looking at the view of Kathmandu during her Nepal trip with VoluntEars

James Robertson

“Once in a lifetime, fascinating, hilarious, new, rewarding, special.”

James using a "Singing bowl" during his Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Hiral Shah

“Amazing experiences. Loved it.”

Hiral trying traditional weaving during her Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Debbie Slayford

“Well prepared.”

Debbie teaching local Deaf students during her Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Tracy Davis

“Would like to stay there bit longer.”

Tracy teaching an art class during her Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Phil and Shirley Doyle

“An amazing way to experience the culture and to be able to do something for people that need it.”

Phil and Shirley on a bridge during the trek on their Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Ellie Parfitt

“Trip of a lifetime! Amazing experience.”

Ellie teaching at a Deaf school during her Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Sheila Ladu

“10/10”

Sheila painting the staff room at a Deaf school during her Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Dylan Rixon

“Breathtaking!”

Dylan helping in a class at a Deaf school during his Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Janet Payne

“Awesome Nepal trip”

Janet discussing Deaf education with the volunteers and school Principal during her Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Donna & Noah Tuffs

“Fabulous! Interesting and extremely enjoyable.”

Noah taking a break on the trek during his trip with VoluntEars

Delyth Griffiths

“Amazing very good memories. I will never forget it.”

Delyth helping to paint the Deaf school library during her trip with VoluntEars

Sally Huggins

“Exciting, different, challenging, thrilling”

Sally starting the Himalayan trek during her Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Samuel Ash

“This trip motivated me to visit more Deaf schools around the world and be involved.”

Sam plastering a wall in a Deaf school dormitory during his Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Sandra O’Loughlin

“Fascinating, tiring, amazing, emotional.”

Sandra taking a local bus in Pokhara during her Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Joseph Wilson

“Amazing!”

Joseph at the World Peace Pagoda near Pokhara during his Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Katie Rudd

“I learnt the culture and confidence of myself.”

Katie helping to paint a Deaf school dormitory during her Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Libby Steele

“I have learnt so many valuable skills and life experiences over the course of the trip which I will carry with me forever.”

Libby doing activities with local students during her Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Athena Stamper

“It’s a volunteering organisation specifically designed for deaf people. This creates a wonderful bond within the group of volunteers.”

Athena with some of the local students during her Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Alanna Kilroy

“Amazing, adventurous, and inspiring.”

Alanna watching the sunrise in the Himalayan mountains during her Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Ben Barlow

“It was well organised and BSL interpreter was there for 24/7.”

Ben playing football on a dry padi field during his Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Karolina Pakenaite

“I really like how everything is organised through the locals. It exposes us to the culture deeply.”

Karolina standing by a donkey on the trek during her Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Jerry Kapsner

“New and challenging.”

Jerry preparing a wall for painting during his Nepal trip with VoluntEars

David Hutchinson

“Sense of reward to the school, volunteers and myself.”

David in the Himalayan mountains during his Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Nick Papas

“Amazing, illuminating, humbling experience, enjoyable.”

Nic in a tiny mountain settlement on the trek during his Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Vidhu Patel

“Most amazing experience ever I had!”

Vidhu teaching in a Deaf school in Kathmandu during her Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Dave Davies

“Took the pressure off school staff in organising an ambitious three week visit. The experience and local knowledge was essential.”

Dave with Mary Hare School students during their Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Sophie Cuerden

“Made everyone’s trip end with a big smile.”

Sophie on a wire bridge in the mountains during the Mary Hare School Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Callum McGowan

“Amazing!”

Callum teaching British Sign Language during the Mary Hare School Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Rebecca Papadovassilakis

“I liked having the same VoluntEars organiser with us all the time.”

Becky at the school ceremony during the Mary Hare School Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Rej Muharemi

Rej taking a break on the trek during the Mary Hare School Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Oliver Goodman

“Learnt ASL from from the Nepalese people at school.”

Ollie doing activities with local students during the Mary Hare School Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Georgie Paul

“I learnt a lot about the Nepalese culture.”

Georgie with other volunteers on the trek during the Mary Hare School Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Frank Allen

“Lots of activities included.”

Frank learning origami with other volunteers during the Mary Hare School Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Beth Kelly

“Made me feel more passion to visit more Deaf schools and to help make them better.”

Beth getting a henna tattoo from a local teacher during the Mary Hare School Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Fayed Ahmed

“Brilliant!”

Freddie Barrett

“I felt more appreciated.”

Freddie on the trek during the Mary Hare School Nepal trip with VoluntEars

George Dowsett

“Learnt to be more grateful with what we have.”

George doing activities with local students during the Mary Hare School Nepal trip with VoluntEars

Grace Nash

“…being able to see the raw side of life right before my eyes instead of on TV.”

Grace with other volunteers on the trek during the Mary Hare School Nepal trip with VoluntEars

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