In September 2017, Megan headed off on a life changing experience to Nepal with Project Yeti, to help provide volunteer dental work at Kopan Monastery for two weeks.
During her stay at the Monastery, she got to experience the different culture and embrace the monk’s lifestyle. Megan is very thankful for all the donations that were received from all the Patients at The Happy Tooth, the Singleton community, local businesses especially The Albion Hotel Singleton and The Horse and Jockey Singleton and also Dr Alexys Ward, Dr Charlotte Wotherspoon and Dr Min Jin Song; she couldn’t of done it without the support
“Real happiness in life starts when you begin to cherish others.”
About Project Yeti
The Project was founded in 2012 by Dr George Manos and his wife Helen. Dr Manos and Helen aimed to provide dental care and oral health education in Kathmandu. The clinic is within the Kopan Monastery which is near Boudhanath, on the outskirts of Kathmandu, Nepal.