Bike Ride Invitation

Like to join in a bike ride 2014, Bike ride of Life time, Bike Ride Invitation.

BIke Ride Invitation 2014

BIke Ride Invitation 2014

The India off the Tourist Track 14 Day Adventure November 2014, the funds raised are all for direct benefit of leprosy affected persons and severely disabled children – many of whom you will meet.

Arrive India November 2nd to 16th, 2014 – holiday time a most pleasant weather time in this part of India. Warm days, cool nights – Lush green crops and trees changing color and flowering. Birds everywhere. Add on 3 days available for those interested to see lake that is a Reserve and usually a bird watchers dream time.

Our January 2014 Bike ride was a great success as you can read and see from pictures attached. The participants helped with many odd jobs that needed doing and worked with staff and helped children with arts and crafts, skill sharing and games. The leprosy colony people were beyond words by the visit and received Love Bundles that are always appreciated.

The cost of your trip in India is based on a group of 14 people. A$2,000 and includes all accommodation and meals and travel from starting at Kothavalasa Day 1.

Train reservations have to be made early. Any fund raising done before the trip for New Hope would be appreciated.

Are you ready for 14 of enthralling mind boggling adventure? – Experience of a life time. (If you think you are unable to do the cycle part – for whatever reason – tell us and we will give you an alternative)

Please read Maggie sisters comments on the inaugural ride in January this year – you will smile we guarantee!

Bike Ride Invitation; Bike Ride Enquiry

Bike Ride Invitation

New Hope

Maggie Nolan McMullen, OAM – Patron, Founder Member *RIP – 24th September, 2019. She was an inspirational woman who has devoted much of her life to helping the sick and poor in India. Maggie Sister was the founder Trustee and Patron of “New Hope India Relief Australia Inc and a Trustee of New Hope Rural Leprosy Trust India”. She lived and worked from the idyllic town of Broome Western Australia, but her life’s work took her far from that setting. The grandmother of three was known as Maggie Sister, a name given to her by the people with whom she worked in the Indian regions of Western Odisha and Andhra Pradesh. New Hope has TAX DEDUCTIBLE DONATION STATUS in Australia. We are hoping now that business people and you our supporters will have tax relief when donating to us.

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