We know, from 50 years of working to support them how brave, kind, and compassionate Gurkha veterans are, but we’d love to hear your story and even see your photos.
You may have recently received our latest fundraising appeal as we strive to build 300 earthquake-resilient homes across Nepal. With your help, we can build 100 earthquake-resilient homes each year, for the next three years.
In January, we provided our 100th medical camp, improving the quality of life with free health care for the people of Nepal.
During World War Two, Gurkha soldier Lalsing Ghale lost his hearing. He was discharged from the Army on medical grounds. But should he have been?
Photographs from our 100th medical camp, building clean water systems and visiting Gurkha veterans and widows at home.
When Gurkha veteran Rifleman Hauda Thapa returned from the army to Nepal back in 1946 he struggled to get by…
Back in 2017, ex-Gurkha Captain Bishnu Bahadur Singh was approaching his 50th Birthday…
Instead of asking for gifts, Bishnu came up with an idea to give back to the Gurkhas – and put together a plan to do so in a truly remarkable way.
Of the 4,500+ Gurkha veterans and widows we support with a Welfare Pension in Nepal, well over 200 of them are over 95 years old. We believe that the title of the oldest Gurkha in Nepal belongs to Lance Naik Lal Bahadur Gurung.
Every year we publish an Annual Review, in addition to Annual Report and Accounts. The review shows you what we’ve been doing over the last year along with some great stories and photos.
Our staff asked widow Lachimi Kumri Rai why she hadn’t travelled to our Welfare Centre by car or bus…
After being a soldier for so long, adjusting to a life of subsistence farming back in Nepal was a shock to the system for Thambahadur.
Gurkha veterans and widows were delighted to receive brand new colourful coats to keep them warm this winter