Former Gurkha Officer turned CEO, Rob Abernethy is about to take on the challenge of a lifetime to raise an incredible £100,000 for The Gurkha Welfare Trust.
97 year-old Man Bahadur Khadka lives with his son and daughter in an earthquake-resilient home we built for him last year. Our Pensioner Support Teams regularly journey into the hills of Nepal on their motorbikes to visit the veteran who bravely fought alongside Britain during World War Two.
Children of Shree Deuti Basic School in Nepal will benefit from donations made at the Darlington Gurkha Band concert last…
The theme of World Toilet Day this year is leaving no one behind. Read the story of how a small change to 12 year-old Indra’s school toilets has made a huge impact on her life.
We were delighted to be visited by members of Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) yesterday at our Headquarters in Pokhara, Nepal.
We would like to extend our condolences to the family of our Vice Patron Field Marshal Lord Bramall. An instrumental figure in The Gurkha Welfare Trust’s history we were saddened to hear of his passing.
To help our vulnerable pensioners stay warm this winter we’ve been distributing blankets.
Find out the impact that clean water had on the village of Bhawang, Nepal.
View our galleries to find out what we’ve been up to throughout October.
October 15 is Global Handwashing Day, an international advocacy day dedicated to increasing awareness and understanding about the importance of…
There are challenges, and then there are Gurkha challenges. Former Gurkha Officer and dedicated Trust supporter Rob Abernethy has invoked the…
The Last Overland Expedition famously drove a Land Rover from the UK to Singapore back in 1955.
Filmmaker Alex Bescoby along with the grandson of Tim, an original member of The Last Overland Team, is attempting the same 16,000km journey in the same vehicle, raising money for a number of charities, including us. They’re currently through Nepal and we’ve been delighted to welcome them at our Welfare Centres along the way.