Our projects range from a $300 stove that allowed Buddhist nuns to pursue their religious studies regularly to the decade-long creation of a viable organic tea industry for farmers who used to earn less than $200 per year. What they all have in common are individuals who are motivated to make change in their communities. The benefit of having a long, personal connection in Nepal is that we know people. We build relationships for change and direct grants for effective benefit.
Learn more about the need in Nepal and about the impact of our endeavors:
Organic Tea: Creating economic independence, self-reliance, and a new, locally-owned cash crop industry.
Orphanage: Giving abandoned and orphaned children a home, an education, a family, and a future.
School Repairs: Renovation of kindergarten classrooms and finishing construction of locally-funded partial classrooms
Buddhist Nuns: Supporting Buddhist studies and quality of life for monastic women.
Maya Sherpa: A new future for a brave little girl rescued from abuse.