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We’re looking for an experienced part-time Fundraising Manager to join our small and ambitious team and lead its revenue generation programme to support the work in #Nepal. Get in touch if that sounds like you! https://t.co/YYWeTAbGHv https://t.co/amTVAZ2Don
Huge thanks to all took home a @KathmanduGear red panda. You helped raise $27,620 - giving the gift of education to thousands of children in Nepal. Thanks to you, talented teachers and eager students will have the resources and training they need to succeed! https://t.co/DALohqYzBr
“Friends are as important as achievement, ..teamwork is the one key to success and that selfishness only makes a man small. No man, on a mountain or elsewhere, gets more out of anything than he puts into it. Be great, make others great.” —Tenzing Norgay Sherpa, Tiger of the Snows https://t.co/aOPSY1GacF
Great interview with Mike Dillon, Director of Ocean to Sky, with Jesse Mulligan. Tickets still available at Himalayan Trust pre-screenings in Wanaka and Clyde. Plus the movie will be on general release across NZ from Oct 31. https://t.co/dq5gAUvDFR
Say #hello to #MāoriLanguageWeek. Better still, say ‘kia ora’! #KiaOra is the Māori equivalent for Hello, or Namaste. This informal greeting is used all over NZ, and can be used to wish someone well, thank someone, greet a friend or sign off an email. https://t.co/FzDMoHZEPm