CPS News Updates

End of Year Exam Results

Congratulations to Suraj and Manish, who came 1st and 3rd in their end of year exams!! The majority of our children at the CPS Orphanage rank in the top 10 students in their individual years. Well done everyone, we are very proud of you!!

We have graduates!

Congratulations to Arjun and Basanta, our two oldest boys, now aged 19 & 18, who have 'graduated' CPS and are living independently.

During the last year they have been mentored by Bharat and Anjana on skills such as cooking, budgeting, shopping, laundry etc. So that Arjun & Basanta get off to a good start, the charity has paid for 2 beds and bedding, cooking utensils and a cooker. We have also pledged to support them financially for 3 months until they secure jobs. The total cost for this is �681.

We are very proud of Arjun and Basanta who have grown into hardworking, thoughtful & independent young men.

CPS have just moved into their new House 1!

Soon after the earthquake, the landlord of the existing House 1 requested that our tenancy be terminated as he wished to move into the house following damage to his rental property and in order provide a home for his wider family.
After a long and difficult search, Bharat found a suitable replacement house, the move went very smoothly and the children are very excited to have a new home.

New bursary project.

CPS is implementing a new programme aimed at local children who do not attend school as they are living in poverty. The programme will provide a bursary to cover the cost of school fees, books, uniform and shoes.
Our 1st bursary child, Prassana aged 7, has just started school and we have 4 more candidates in the pipeline.

We want YOU! (For the Royal Parks Half Marathon - October 2016)

We have 5 charity places available for any of you who�d like to run in the RPHM on behalf of the CPS orphanage. It�s a lovely flat course with a fantastic atmosphere. If you would like to get involved or find out more, please contact us for details.

Julia and Karen in the Cambridge Evening News

An article has been written about Karen and Julia's most recent trip to Nepal and about their expereience during the earthquake. You can read the online version of the article at the Cambridge Evening News website.

Steve Chamberlain's Marathon Result

Congratulations to Steve Chamberlain for his fantastic result in the Brighton Marathon on the 12th April. He finished with a time of 3:36:38 and raised a lot of money for CPS in the process!

Josh Adams Abseils for CPS

On the 28th April, Josh will be abseiling off a 140ft tower at his university to raise money for CPS - if you would like to sponsor him you can do so at his Virgin money giving page.

We want YOU! (For the Royal Parks Half Marathon)

We have 2 places available for any of you who�d like to run in the RPHM on behalf of the CPS orphanage. It�s a lovely flat course with a fantastic atmosphere. If you would like to get involved or find out more, please email us for details.

CPS is growing!

Due to the incredible generosity of all our donors and very careful budgeting, we are now able to expand the CPS. This will be in the form of a small sister orphanage that will house another 4-6 children. It will be managed by Niranjan, who will be trained & mentored by Bharat.

We are all so excited about this as our mission is to help & re-house as many needy children in Nepal as we possibly can. Thank you once again for your generosity � without you it would be impossible!

Niranjan & Suneera get married

Niranjan, who was our first child that went to college has just announced that he has married his beautiful bride Suneera. They are very happy together and we wish them both a wonderful life together.

Outstanding exam results for Sujata

Sujata is our first girl to attend college to do her +2 (Equivalent of A levels) She placed in the top 10 students in her year.

From July she plans on studying hard to achieve a scholarship in order to attend medical school at the start of 2015. Sujata will help to fund her degree by teaching science part-time at a primary school.

Sangita, Manish, Mohan, Gore & Manish Thapa arrive at CPS

We have welcomed 5 new children to our family this year. All the children have adjusted well and are enjoying going to school, some for the first time.

Rehka, Suntali, and Sangita Arrive at CPS

We have been fortunate enough to welcome 3 new girls this year. Thanks to your generous donations, we have secured funds for their first year of education. They are all very excited to attend school for the first time and have settled well in CPS.

Steve Chamberlain Completed a Half-Marathon for CPS

Steve put in a lot of hard work and training to take part in the Great Eastern Run 2011 Half Marathon around Peterborough in October. Well done Steve!

Three New Pigs

Thanks to friends and family donations, we have been able to buy 3 new pigs in addition to the 5 we already have.

We have very exciting news that one of our original piglets, purchased in May 2011, is expecting her first litter of piglets.

Naranjan Has Done Very Well in College

Naranjan, our first child to attend college, has achieved excellent results in his year 11 exams. He was in the top 5 of 105 students. We are very proud of him.