Why are the Gurkhas important to you?
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.
A five-year challenge for a 50 year-old Gurkha
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.
Our year in review
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.
Trailwalker 2019 – Your adventure starts here
Trek 100km across the South Downs in under 30 hours and help end poverty with every step. Organised with the…
Our debt of honour to the Gurkhas
Hari Bahadur Chhetri joined the Gurkhas in the midst of World War Two. As he’s grown older, life has become hard for the veteran.
The Gurkhas at Burghley
Known to be one of the most grueling circuits in the equestrian world, the soldiers were keen to test it out – but on two legs!
The Gurkha Welfare Trust garden wins at Sandringham
The Himalayan Garden went on show at The Sandringham Flower show to raise awareness and funds for the Trust. The garden was a huge hit at the show.
The Royal Cornwall Show 2018
Our South West Branch has participated at the annual Royal Cornwall Show over the past 20 years.
Prince Harry supports Gurkha veterans at Audi Polo Challenge
We and the brave Gurkha veterans we support are incredibly grateful to HRH Prince Harry for nominating us to be one of the charity beneficiaries of last weekend’s Audi Polo Challenge 2018.
Smiling thanks to your support
If you looked at 59 year-old Kale Gurung’s wide smile, you wouldn’t know the daily struggles he has faced his whole life, living as someone who is deaf and mute in the remote hills of Nepal.