The Bootstock Association is a registered Scottish Charity which organise an annual music festival to help fund educational opportunities for disadvantaged children in the poorest and most remote regions of Nepal. We are also the official UK partner of Mitrata Nepal Foundation, a Nepal based NGO which helps underprivileged children and orphans.
The Bootstock Festival takes place on 8th & 9th September 2017.
Find news of our latest Bootstock projects here.
Our friend Issy Thompson has raised over £300 for Bootstock on a sponsored walk of the Great Glen Way.
Calum Mackenzie Jones Has raised almost £500 for Bootstock through sales of his debut album ‘Wasted Days’ which is available on iTunes, Amazon and Spotify.
Author, broadcaster, wilderness hiker, and mountaineer Cameron McNeish is one of the leading authorities on outdoor pursuits in Scotland. Cameron is also a regular visitor to Nepal and has been supporting the Bootstock Association with several projects.
“It’s a great cause and I’m very interested in the work that Bootstock is doing in such a remote part of the world.”