Lord Buddha Children Health Foundation fundraiser Lynsey Storer collects money for a Pop-Up-Clinic / Medical Theatre.
Following the devastation caused by the earthquakes in Nepal, LBCHF asked Lynsey Storer if they could quickly raise £400
for a tent to perform health clinics in areas which are on the periphery of Kathmandu City. The registered orphanage members were able to access the facility where doctors diagnose and perform minor surgery in places which would not normally be able to access
medical treatment; difficult or larger cases would be referred to Nepal Medical College, Om Hospital and Kanti Children’s hospital, Kathmandu. Here here doctors sometime volunteer their services free of charge or accept minimum payment working under
the skilled Pediatric Surgeon and Chief Medical Advisor Dr Dekota.
Brentford School for Girls is the school in which Lynsey works as Head of Art and Redlees where she has an art studio were very supportive; teachers, students, art colleagues, family
and friends gave donations and raised £625. A tent was purchased and the extra money was used to buy two fans for a charity supporting people who could not walk following injuries caused by the earthquake and the remaining money helped to food for those
In June 2015, fundraiser Lynsey Storer, took part in OPEN STUDIOS at Redlees Studio in Isleworth, London. A three day event selling merchandise made in Nepal and an earthquake awareness and fund raising event on the evening of the third day
enabled Lynsey to raise £515 for LBCHF.