In 2017 we welcomed 3 new families to our Charity.
Welcome to Priya, Sakshi and Rohit. Rahul, Sameeksha and Vikas. Anshika and Shristi
Priya, Sakshi and Rohit
Rahul, Sameeksha and Vikas
Anshika and Shristi
Nothing planned at the moment.
In the meantime maybe you would be interested in organising your own fundraising events. Let us know what you're planning and we'll help you promote them
If you are able to help with a regular standing order donation see our Donation page for a standing order mandate form.
If you would like to get involved, host an event, or find out more - please contact us
December 2018 saw Swami Nitya visit the new children in Rishikesh.
She asked the children about their aspirations, shared cake, and then flew kites with them. The children are all doing really well, and much improvement is seen because of your help and support. Read more about the successes on the children pages.
Swami and children
Swami Nitya also met with the head of the school in Orissa.
With him she learned more about developments in the school, and how plans for expansion are growing. See more on the School page
Swami and Head of school
The Himalayan Children’s Education Project aims to prevent or relieve the poverty of children and young adults, who have association to the Himalayan Tradition in India, by providing or assisting in the provision of education, training, healthcare needs and other necessary support designed to enable individuals to generate a sustainable income and be supported into adulthood. The majority of our children reside in the foothills of the Himalayas.
In March 2009 Swami Nitya started to raise funds and awareness of the plight of two children in a remote village in India. Their father was a student at SRSG, an ashram that’s part of the Himalayan Tradition in Rishikesh, and his request for help in realising the dream of a good education for his children touched the hearts of many donors. The project has grown, as the plight of other families has come to our awareness we have pledged to help others. The Himalayan Children’s Education Project is now supporting fourteen children of various ages, ensuring they have funding for education, uniforms, books, transportation to school and healthcare. We also support a fantastic school in Orissa.
Puja and Ganesh
Trustee with girls from the school
Girls from the school in Orissa
Anupama from Orissa
Shubhalaxmi, from Orissa
UK Registered Charity No: 1152835