St Peter's Sponsored Walk

Mo Houlden

We at St Peter's are extremely proud of our long association with Reaching the Unreached. Our Sponsored Walk is helping to raise vital funds to enable the most destitute children in South India to have a good education and a life free from poverty

Help Grandma Olive raise funds for a well

Steve Davies

James Kimpton, Margaret's uncle, founded Reaching the Unreached in the 70s and lived amongst the children he helped until his death in October 2017. The work carried out by so many to help so many orphaned and abandoned children in South India and amongst the poor of the surrounding communities is amazing

Please help Lu buy 'Gran's House'

Lu Jones

Reaching the Unreached is a far-reaching grassroots organisation that has already achieved an enormous amount in empowering the most marginalised and disadvantaged people in rural South India. A solid, functional home can transform the life of a family living in rural poverty in South India

Everest base camp trek

Peter Collins

RTU changes the lives of hundreds of disadvantaged children and families. The Douai Hostel we are raising money for will give orphaned teenage boys a safe, caring home at RTU while receiving a high quality education

Isabel Runs Again

Isabel Hill

Reaching the Unreached empowers. Reaching the Unreached respects. Reaching the Unreached cares. I'm glad to have another chance to raise funds for the work of this inspiring organisation

Beth's Half Marathon for RTU

Beth Dicken

After meeting Ilango in Delhi during an internship, I was inspired by his story. I have decided to raise money for the charity that raised him. The most selfless, genuine and intelligent man I have ever been blessed to meet

George's Porto Marathon page

George Cullinane

I am raising money for RTU by running the Porto Marathon on 4th November 2018. This is the charity my great uncle set up in 1978 in Tamil Nadu in South India. When I first went in 2013, I was amazed to see just how much he had achieved

John's first marathon

John Denis Le Seve

I (nearing 60!) am running my first marathon over the steep chalk downs near Beachy Head, Eastbourne. I'm doing the event for fun but I also want to raise funds for RTU's tailoring initiative for rural women