Let's build a house in Nepal!
The people of Nepal have been unfailingly kind to me. They have led me up the world's highest mountains, and protected me from crocodiles and tigers. It is my turn to do something for them.
We've all seen earthquake pictures from Nepal. Collapsed temples and people huddling in tin shacks to shelter from the monsoon.
It's easy to withdraw into a state of helplessness in the face of such need. We can't rebuild a town - we can't even rebuild a village.
But we can rebuild one house. We can make it strong enough to withstand another tremor or two. We can keep one family safe and dry, with space to cook and sleep and for the children to play. We can - and we will - give them a future.
For the ripple of hope for one family can become a tide of hope for others.
And - thanks to many more donations than appear here (friends, family, general well-wished with a spare penny or two and a cheque book) one house is built, and we're beginning a second - this time an older couple who have been living in a tent.
We've built one house in Nepal - can we build a second?