National Three Peak Challenge to support Help Smile Trust activities

Rishi Vadodaria of Leicester University, Raaj Vadodaria, Oliver Rising and Mohammad Arslan of Warwick University participated in the National Three Peaks Challenge event in support of HELP SMILE TRUST on 17th and 18th September 2016. The National Three Peaks Challenge is an event in which participants attempt to climb the highest mountains of Scotland, England and Wales within 24 hours. The three peaks are Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon respectively. Dr.Shailesh Vadodaria, the founder trustee of Help Smile drove the boys 1100 miles in 48 hours and also climbed Snowdon peak with them.

Help Smile Trust would like to congratulate these enthusiastic boys and Dr.Shailesh Vadodaria for the completion of this challenge. Trustees of Help Smile are proud for their noble cause to raise funds towards plastic and reconstructive charity work in Africa.

Dr. Shailesh Vadodaria at Snowdon peak in Wales

Dr.Shailesh Vadodaria, a plastic and reconstructive surgeon and a founder trustee of Help Smile Trust, has planned to donate his time to help the world’s largest non-governmental floating hospital -Mercy Ship, Madagascar. The Mercy Ship is involved in areas of expertise including maxillofacial, orthopedic, plastics, women’s health and general surgeries. Additionally dental, health care education and training courses for Malagasy medical professionals including basic surgical skills, a safe obstetric anesthesia course, ward nurse and surgeon mentoring are also carried out by Mercy Ship.

Dr. Shailesh Vadodaria’s nostalgic memory of Healing, Help and Faith on Mercy Ship Madagascar 2015

Help Smile Trust aims to raise £5000 towards plastic and reconstructive charity work on Mercy Ship, Madagascar. Please support this charitable cause. Your donations would be much appreciated and would be going to a very worthy cause. Please donate through the following website:…

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