The Revd Andrew McCabe MBE has spent his life In India helping needy children and underprivileged communities. His most recent initiative, a health clinic for the Tharu tribe in a remote jungle area on the border of Nepal, has been for the most part funded by Charlotte Chapel in Edinburgh, which raised £26,000 as part of its bi-centenary celebrations last year.
The McCabe Educational Trust has agreed to help with co-ordinating the funding. Last January, work was started on creating the infrastructure for the clinic and recruiting staff. Peter Grainger, “Pastor at Large” for Charlotte Chapel, recently visited the project with his wife Nita. We are delighted to be able to give his report on the excellent work being carried out there and the progress which has been made.
For more than twenty years, the McCabe Educational Trust has been creating partnerships with inspiring people we have met on pilgrimage. A special Thank You to McCabe pilgrims who helped us raise £20,664 during March contributing to a total of £86,658 raised so far this year.
With your help, we will continue helping those in need we encounter on our travels