Rebuild Nepal Project 2016 Day 6.
“Giving the gift of education”
6 villages, 400 miles, 6 days driving, 6 schools, 2 weeks prep, 800 School Bags, over a 1000 students, and a team on wonderful people from all over the world.
** Our program just so happened to coincide with the first day of the school year in Nepal…
**Imagine- A new school and new schools bags, not a bad way to start the new year. Wowwww…. this simple gift that will have a life changing impact for all the students and communities for years to come.
A Massive congratulations to everyone involved, our whole team in Australian and Nepal and those from around the world that donated, supported and give to our ‘school bags for Nepal Project’.
TBU’s schools bags for Nepal project was such a huge success due to all the very kind and generous donations from YOU.
The time had come to make it all happen. Teams of people came together to volunteer their time to buy the contents, individually pack and deliver each of the 800plus bags in some of the most remote parts of Nepal.
As you can see from the photos… all the students more then loved them, this day was bigger then what we call… Christmas.
A special heart felt Thank you to everyone for donating to this program and helping us give the gift of education to the children of Nepal.
Big TBU love goes to our friends at Kopan Monastery from the helping hands project, Geshe Lama Jimpa, everyone at Crystal Castle and the King Family, Samir Tamang, Som Tamang, Bikram Basnet and the whole crew from FHC for sharing this great program with us, and lets not forget our TBU volunteers, Justin Marc Dickinson, John L P Thakuri, Heidi Woodman from Heidi Woodman photography and big big love goes to Steve Pineapple Alberts for again leading this program, we couldn’t have done this with out you all.
Thank you, TBU crew