Linda Cruse: Three Day Old Urine! | 12 June 2018. Linda is in a yurt in the middle of nowhere in the High Himalayas, the wind is howling outside, it is freezing cold and pitch black. Suddenly she is invited to drink three-day-old urine – find out why.

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Linda Cruse: Unsung Heroes | 12 May 2018. In 2010, Linda was invited by Sir Richard Branson to lead on projects involving the Berber community in Morocco, one of which would change the destiny of a local unsung hero, Hameed.

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Linda Cruse: Adventures in the Himalayas | 16 April 2018. During one of her first humanitarian assignments, Linda Cruse took medical students to the High Himalayas where they ran a health-care programme which would save lives.

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Be The Change: Uplifting Singbandi Village in Nepal | 28 March 2018. In March 2018, a small team of Be The Change ambassadors travelled with Linda Cruse to the 'forgotten village' of Singbandi in Nepal. Their aim to provide a business hand-up to the community - in just four days, amazing things happened. In this blog, one of BTC’s younger ambassadors - Oscar Hammond - eloquently sums up his Be The Change experience.

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Linda Cruse: Far From Ordinary – July 2018 | 23 March 2018. Nepal: Each year Linda Cruse take small groups of ordinary individuals from all walks of life and introduce them to life in a ‘forgotten village’. As a group, these ordinary individuals find themselves capable of doing extraordinary things - uplifting communities and changing lives forever. Join Linda in Nepal in July for a week you will never forget.

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Life on the Frontline: Facing My Fears | 14 March 2018. In February 2018, Linda Cruse was asked to run a Just over a year ago Linda Cruse was leading a mission to the village of Thangdor in Nepal, devastated by the earthquake. The road to the village had been swept away in a landslide and she found herself frozen with fear on the side of a mountain.

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How will you be remembered? | October 2017. Can you remember what gifts you received at Christmas in 2012? No, nor can I, but I can remember the moment I arrived in a beautiful Nepalese village in the Himalayas with a small Be The Change team.  As soon as we got out of our jeep, we were surrounded by old and young who greeted us with the warmest of welcomes and the widest smiles.  We each received a beautiful garland of marigolds placed carefully around our necks, representing honour and respect - a moment none of us will forget.  We stayed in this village for several days and even after all these years, I still find myself smiling when I think about that time. So what about you?  Do you want to be able to look back on a life filled with adventure, happiness and purpose?  If so, come with me to Nepal in March 2018 and take part in an incredible adventure.

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