Graham works for a group of companies providing financial assistance to small and medium sized businesses and training financial advisers. He is a fellow of the Associated of Tax Technicians and has written books and articles on tax related matters.
In his spare time, Graham runs an online business helping people with their personal, spiritual and emotional development as well as providing proofreading and editing services.
He is a member of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), for whom he is authorised by the Home Office to perform weddings and serves on one of the Quaker national sub-comittees promoting Quaker values in the criminal justice system. He is also a trustee and the treasurer of a charity helping children develop spiritual values.
Graham is a trustee and secretary of our UK Team
Sue is hugely passionate about supporting HPP-Nepal raise crucial funds needed for us to run our projects and change the lives of our beneficiaries. She will be researching, organising and coordinating fundraising events in the UK so keep your eyes and ears open for ways you'll be able to help raise some money.
If you'd like to create your very own fundraising event why not contact us and let us know what you'd like to do to help. We'd be more than happy to help you create leaflets and posters to advertise the event, put shout outs on social media and help you collect donations.
Keith has over 20 years experience representing small and medium sized businesses and private tax clients. The majority this time has been dedicated to running his own chartered accountancy firm Halford & Company.
Keith is a keen hiker having trekked in the Langtang Valley and completed the Annapurna base camp, both in Nepal. Having visited the country and experienced the amazing diversity of both the landscapes and culture he is keen to help the local communities in any way he can.
Keith will be overseeing all the accounts for our UK finances whilst liaising with the Nepalese team's treasurer whenever is necessary.
Beth is an experienced Physiotherapist and alternative therapies practitioner with a passion to help those most in need. Having traveled and volunteered in the developing world including India, Nepal and Vietnam for two years seeing the immense and often life threatening daily struggles these communities face whilst building valued friendships with local people, Beth felt compelled to establish Himalayan People's Project - Nepal (HPP-Nepal) to give something back to the Nepalese communities who showed her great kindness whilst teaching her so much.
Beth will be acting as in-country manager monitoring progress on project and assisting to our Nepal partners whilst also directing operations for the team back in the UK
If you would like to read about Beth's previous volunteering experiences and ongoing work with Himalayan Peoples Project - Nepal you can follow her blog here: