Gurkhas and the Scots
A look at the enduring connections between the Gurkhas and Scotland
Gurkha heroes: then and now
Britain have a strong bond with the Gurkhas. In fact, Gurkhas have been recruited into the British Army for over…
Our year in numbers
A look back at our work in Nepal last year Every year we publish an Annual Review, in addition to…
Where does my donation go?
We pride ourselves on transparency. Our money is raised by The Gurkha Welfare Trust in the UK and spent by The Gurkha Welfare Trust in Nepal. We also part fund two advice centres in the UK for veterans and their families choosing to settle here. Having recently celebrated our 50th anniversary we are a well-established, well-respected and effective charity transforming the lives of Gurkha veterans, their families and communities
Trailwalker 2020 – Are you up for the challenge?
Trailwalker 2020 – Your adventure starts here Organised in partnership with Oxfam, Trailwalker is the ultimate in long-distance challenges. Teams of four will take…
A Gurkha book signing at the GWT office
Authors Lieutenant-General Sir Peter Duffell KCB CBE MC , Annabel Venning and Major General John Craig Lawrence CBE held a joint signing for their latest books…
2,200km across Nepal in 28 days, unsupported, on a bicycle…
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.
In photos: Gurkha veteran Man Bahadur Khadka
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.
Gurkha Band puts on The Greatest Show
Children of Shree Deuti Basic School in Nepal will benefit from donations made at the Darlington Gurkha Band concert last…
Marylebone Cricket Club visit our work
We were delighted to be visited by members of Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) yesterday at our Headquarters in Pokhara, Nepal.