The Foundation’s mission is to contribute more effectively, helping to transform lives and communities we live in. The foundation has created many opportunities for people, particularly students from some of the least developed areas of Nepal. It has built a school in Sankhu, a town located in the north-eastern corner of Kathmandu Valley offering education opportunities to almost 300 students.
Ganga Devi Foundation
Based in the Chitwan district of Nepal, the foundation has built a Dharmashala (Rest House), which has a capacity of 26 rooms and includes all basic facilities. It is located near the highly renowned B.P. Koirala memorial cancer hospital at Chitwan, and allows families of cancer-diagnosed patients to stay near to their dear ones. Our endeavor is to offer services to genuine seekers.
Lions Club International Foundation
Lions clubs international foundation (LCIF) supports and develops international humanitarian programs that serve people in need. With the dedication and work of lions, LCIF is able to improve millions of lives through our high impact initiatives. Our humanitarian programs are focused on four main areas: preserving sight, supporting youth, providing disaster relief and meeting humanitarian needs. Mr . Mukunda Prasad Timilsina is the incumbent president of Lions club of Kathmandu professionals and it his under his leadership, the foundation strives to carry out essential humanitarian efforts.
Underprivileged Children’s Educational Programs (UCEP)
Underprivileged Children’s Educational Programs (UCEP) Nepal is a non governmental organization (NGO) founded in 1978 by Dr. Lindsay Alan Cheyne a New Zealand national, to enhance the living condition of underprivileged, disadvantaged and working children by providing them opportunities for education and job oriented technical and vocational training. Being a member of the program, the aim has always been to support the communities we live in.