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7th June 2021

Well done Gurkha Doko Challengers 2021!

Well done to everyone who took part in the Gurkha Doko Challenge on Sunday (6 June). Based on the traditional…

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14th January 2021

Gurkhas grow moustaches to raise money for veterans

Over the autumn months, soldiers from Gurkha Company Catterick grew moustaches to raise funds for both Movember Foundation UK and…

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31st December 2020

An MBE for Trust supporter Major Rob Cross

We are delighted to report that long-standing Trust supporter, Major Rob Cross, has been appointed MBE in the New Year’s…

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22nd December 2020

Competition: Raise money for the Trust and showcase your musical skills

Ex Gurkha Lt Colonel Johnny Fenn is running a competition to raise funds for our work and Nepal charity Project Hello…

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13th November 2020

Doko Challenge: Race against the Gurkhas in 2021

Join us in 2021 for our 5km runs with a twist: the Doko Challenge North and Doko Challenge South! Widely…

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7th October 2020

NHS Ambulance driver & former soldier cutting off hair for grandad and Gurkhas

“Gurkhas were the only soldiers that could walk across a polished floor, with rubber shoes on and never make a…

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20th February 2020

Honouring the Band of the Brigade of Gurkhas

On Tuesday 18 February the Head of the British Army welcomed 432 new Gurkha recruits at their attestation parade in…

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19th February 2020

Why we’re rebuilding Gurkhas’ homes: one veteran’s story

When Rifleman Uttamkumar Rai signed up to serve the British Army 62 years ago, he had no idea about the challenges that lay ahead.

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14th January 2020

Our year in numbers

A look back at our work in Nepal last year Every year we publish an Annual Review, in addition to…

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8th January 2020

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

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