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Desmond College Students Visit India, April 2016

April 2016: Desmond College students who isited the HOPE foundation in India and who raised funds for the charity
Muireann Tobin, Aine Upton, Ms. Culhane, Caoimhe Danaher and Leah Barry pictured with Maureen Forrest founder of the HOPE foundation.

The girls spent time over the Easter break in Kolkata where they visited many of the projects the HOPE foundation have set up including orphanages, rehabilitation centres, homes and hospitals.

The girls raise €17,704 for the Charity.
April 2016: Desmond College visits HOPE foundation orphanages, homes and hospitalsApril 2016: After raising a combined €17,000 for the HOPE charity, Desmond College students visited the locations that will benefit from their fundaraisingApril 2016: Kolkata gave the Desmond College Students a chance to see why the HOPE foundation need the raised moneyApril 2016: Desmond College staff and students had a wonderful time in Kolkata meeting the children who are helped and supported by the HOPE foundationApril 2016: The Desmond College teacher and students had an opportunity to explore the beauty of Kolkata on their trip this EasterApril 2016: Desmond College students met and played with the children supported by the HOPE foundation2016 April: Desmond College student with a new friend in Kolkata/Calcutta IndiaApril 2016: The HOPE foundation project allowed the Desmond College Students to see how children need help and support in Kolkata/Calcutta India.April 2016: Another friendship has been made between the Desmoond College sudents and the children in the care of the HOPE foundation

 


On Friday 15th March 2013, the Desmond College Transition Years took part in a fundraising activities a 6.5 hour walk. The class set off at 9am and returned at 3.30 with tired legs but in great spirits. Congratulations to all that took part in the day – especially to the class mascot – Kirby the dog!