An introduction from our new Chairman: Lieutenant General Richard Wardlaw OBE
On 2 November 2020 Lieutenant General Richard Wardlaw OBE became the Chairman of The Gurkha Welfare Trust, taking over from…
Gurkhas in the UK – Support during COVID-19
Though our remit remains the support of Gurkha veterans and widows in the hills of Nepal, here in the UK…
One Gurkha’s struggle to settle in the UK in retirement
Former Queen’s Gurkha Engineer Ghanshyam Rai served in Malaya and Brunei in the late 50s and early 60s. Unfortunately he…
Your bond with the Gurkhas can live on
Put your Will together for free. For over 200 years, the Gurkhas have stood alongside us, now you can make sure that bond lives on – even after you are no longer here.
On 28-30 July 2017, over 1,500 people across 399 teams attempted the 100km, 30-hour Trailwalker challenge across the South Downs.
UK Gurkha communities come together for Nepal
Former Gurkha soldiers in Catterick have been raising money for the GWT.
Running for Nepal: take two
A last-minute knee injury meant that Gurkha Private Jiban Tamang had to give up on representing the Trust in the London Marathon last year.
Antarctic Gurkha: sub-zero fundraising
One British Gurkha Officer is taking on a solo journey to the end of the earth in aid of the GWT
In memory of our fallen heroes
LCpl Siddhanta Kunwar and Lt Edward Drummond-Baxter were tragically killed while serving alongside one another in Afghanistan in 2012
Why I support the Gurkhas
Those who know the Gurkhas best understand why they deserve our support, as Fiona Fox explains