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Having just returned from taking my first fully escorted tour to india I would like to share some of the trip with you. Check out the new photo gallery .
If you have ever thought of going to India this is the tour to be on. Maggie's Dreamcatcher President/Founder Cheryl Ryan will be taking a fully escorted tour to India in September 2012 once again visiting Delhi, Dharamsala, Jaipur and Agra.
On the tour you will enjoy the exotic displays of colour from within the safety of your rickshaw as you bustle your way around Delhi's bazaars, experience Jaipur the capital of Rajasthan and it's amazing Amber Fort form the back of an elephant and see firsthand the charity work that Cheryl and her family are doing in the far north in the picturesque village of Dharamsala - home to the Dalai Lama. Saving the best for last you will not be disappointed with a visit to the city of Agra and home to the Taj Mahal.
More information about taking the tour CLICK HERE
ABOUT MAGGIE'S DREAMCATCHER
Maggie's Dreamcatcher Dharamsala Hospital Project Inc. (MDDHPI) has been formed for the sole purpose of assisting with the formation of better helath care in Dharamsala in India and to aid in the supply of volunteer doctors and health workers. Our aim is to supply a high standard medical to assist resources already in place in Dharamsala.
Your support will help us reduce the suffering for the people of Himachal Pradesh in Northern India by funding to assist with providing improved qualified medical care.
Who is this for?
The medical care is for Tibetans, Hindus, Muslims, Christians, homeless people and anybody else in need.
Dharamsala is located in a clean, quite and beautiful part of India and is surrounded by mountains.
Who is Involved?
The Australian team aims to assist projects already established by expanding medical clinics in the area and improving them and to also provide education and preventative medicine.
Our committee consists of 7 Board Members.
We are a registered charity under the Office of Fair Trading.
Collections Act 1966, (Section 19 (15), Collections Act 1966)
Registration Number: CH 1613, Non Tax Deductible status.
Our Donation to the Delek Hospital September 2011
On our visit to Dharamsala in September 2011 we were able to donate $10,0000 Aus to the Delek Hospital. It was a wonderful moment for all of us.
In discussions with the hospital we are now assisting them with finding much needed doctors for 2012. Any offer of assistance please contact me directly as we would be grateful to any assistance. Click here to contact me or visit Delek Hospital site