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Leave a legacy

Leave us a gift in your Will to ensure that Gurkha veterans and their families have the means to live their lives with dignity in Nepal into the future.

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Events & Challenges

Invoke the spirit of the Gurkhas and challenge yourself for the people of Nepal. Not the adventurous type? There are a whole host of ways you can hold an event to help us in our work.

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Partnerships

Through a corporate partnership with the Trust, your organisation can help us to continue our work supporting thousands of Gurkha veterans and widows in Nepal.

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Give a major gift

Should you be able to offer a significant donation, we'd love to work with you to ensure that your funds have the impact you desire and that the process is a rewarding and uplifting experience.

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Trust & Foundations

If you're interested in supporting elderly Gurkha veterans and their communities, we'd be delighted to work with your charitable Trust or Foundation. You can donate towards our general funds or, if you prefer, we may be able to offer a bespoke programme to meet your funding criteria. For any partnership, we'll keep you updated as per your reporting requirements

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Other ways to give

As an individual you can support us by using one of our partners, such as Give As You Live or Give A Car.

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News
09 Dec 2019
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.

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News
27 Nov 2019
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…

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Challenges
London
Royal Parks Half Marathon

The stunning 13.1 mile route takes in the capital’s world-famous landmarks on closed roads, and four of London’s eight Royal Parks – Hyde Park, The Green Park, St James’s Park and Kensington Gardens.

Starts 11 Oct View Event

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