Lotus Flower Trust has enjoyed working in partnership with Winchester College for a number of years on a variety of extremely challenging projects. Their work has changed the lives of many young people in remote communities in India and left a lasting impression on the Wykehamists (former pupils of the College) who have taken part. Throughout the year students from the school, through their own efforts, raise funds to pay for a whole project. They then embark on a life-changing trip to India to meet the children, carry out the building work on the project as well as experiencing the wonders and challenges of trekking in the Himalayas. It is a mutually beneficial relationship which profits the students of Winchester with a wealth of cultural experience as well as children in India who desperately need help.
Here are some of the projects which students from Winchester College have worked on and completed so far:
Liverpool Life Sciences
Lotus Flower Trust has also recently worked with students and teachers from Liverpool Life Sciences UTC who fundraised and helped build this Anganwadi in Takmachik, by the Indus River in Ladakh.
Liverpool Life Sciences, Takmachik