The Christina Noble Foundation

Cloudhouses like to support charity and what better charity for us than one which supports Mongolian children. We want to give a little back to a culture which has inspired our work.

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Supporting The Christina Noble Foundation

The Christina Noble Foundation seeks to maximise the potential of each child. This is accomplished within the context of the family and the community whenever possible.

The Christina Noble Children’s Foundation is an international partnership of people dedicated to serving children in need of emergency and long-term medical care, nutritional rehabilitation, educational opportunities, vocational training and job placement, as well as children at risk of sexual and economic exploitation.

and always with love and respect for the dignity of each child as an individual.

Cloudhouses donated a weekend stay in a luxury yurt with weekend tickets supplied by Hugh Phillamore (the festival curator).  This was the top prize for a north east charity auction. All proceeds went directly to the Foundation.










Christina Noble arrived in Vietnam in 1989, and later in 1991 established
The Christina Noble Children’s Foundation in Ho Chi Minh City.  Over 100 projects have been established
during the past 23 years providing vital health services, education opportunities, and community support programmes
to thousands of vulnerable children and their families annually.

In 1997, Christina extended the work of her Foundation into Mongolia after an investigative visit to Ulaanbaatar
where she was shocked to discover thousands of sick and destitute street children living in horrendous conditions beneath the city streets in manholes struggling to survive against the harsh winter temperatures which can reach as low as minus 40 degrees.



What our customers say

“Just wanted to thank you for the squrt at Rewind South, absolutely fantastic accommodation and service from you and our staff, made the weekend!! As soon as the 2015 dates are released we’ll be in touch!”

Mark PembertonRewind South 2014