The Global OGB Association (GO) was established in September, 2014.
This association is managed by alumni of Dr Graham's Homes, Kalimpong, India.
Dr Graham's Homes is a co-ed school founded in 1900 by a Scottish missionary.
Today, it faces huge challenges to continue providing care & education to impoverished children.
Please join GO and help us support the Homes.
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This is the website of the Global OGB Association (GO), an independent body managed by former students of Dr Graham’s Homes, Kalimpong. GO is about reconnecting alumni and enabling a constructive working relationship with the School’s Board of Management, its Administration and various global organisations to improve and safeguard the long term future of the Homes. The association is open to all former students, teachers, staff and friends of Dr Graham’s Homes. To access all areas and functions of this site, you need to be a member. Please register; membership is free.


The following are for sale in support of the Homes children


View two UK Committee produced videos.

Read about sponsoring a child.


To include a search for former classmates & friends at the Homes, please use this form.

"I am an old Homes boy. graduated from Senior Cambridge in 1946. Would like to get contact information for John Malcolm if possible. Please don't hesitate to contact me. Aloha! John W Gill."

If any one has any information please email GO Contact.

Hilda Tosh Swinson, OGB, is looking for her sister Helen(e) Tosh who was also at DGH and at Thorburn cottage. Helene(e) was placed in Mother Theresa's in Calcutta around 1966. Hilda has made numerous attempts over the years to find her sister including contacting the convent and with former members of school staff, but to no avail. If any one has any information please email GO Contact. Hilda would be very grateful to hear from you.

Looking for a family member who was at the Homes and would like to know more?

Margaretta Purtill, OGB, may be able to help you with this by accessing the Homes archives. A small fee is charged by the school for this facility.

Email Margaretta for more information.

Looking For Peter & Julie Mathews

Trying to locate and connect OGBs Peter and Julie Mathews, who were at the Homes from 1962 onward, ’til early 70s. Father was WW Mathews, former Manager of Tumsong Tea Garden in Darjeeling. Person looking for the Mathews is Yogendra Thami, who studied in the Darj. area, and grew up with Peter and Julie and other cousins, almost family. Please contact Yogendra or FB Yogendra Thami. . . . read more

Restoration of the Homes Chapel . . .

Sushil Marda advises that work has finally started on the repair of the Katherine Graham memorial Chapel. The Ministry of Culture has granted Rs 6 crores for the project and the work will be undertaken by the West Bengal Heritage Commission. When Sushil visited the Homes earlier this mont . . . read more

Bhutan Bike Bonanza – A T. . .

Dear Friends, Once again, very many thanks for your generous support of the bike ride. The three of us raised a total of £10,803.36 including gift aid, with some late contributions still trickling in at read more

Reminiscences of a 1930’s . . .

Mary Slowther, daughter of OGB Peter Crowfoot, sent us this article of the Homes, scripted by her OGB aunt Phyllis Fielding (nee Crowfoot). The article, written in 2015 was mislaid and was only recovered rece . . . read more

Homes & OGB News.

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Western India OGBs stand togethe. . .

Anirban Bhattachar . . . read more

Ruth Glashan (nee Thomas) retire. . .

Ruth was a familia . . . read more

Bhutan Birthday Bike Bonanza . . .

The group of 11 riders from the UK, US and India, . . . read more

Mr. Michael Robertson.

It is with sadness that we learn't of the passing of Mr. Michael Robertson, former member and Chairman of the Homes Board of Management. GO offers its deepest condolences and our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends on this sad occasion. Shared below is a message from th . . . read more

The Homes is 117 years old!

The Homes celebrated its birthday on 24th. Septemb . . . read more
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