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Bruce Keenan

HCC Founder Bruce Keenan Featured on The Huffington Post

March 18, 2017

Can everyone do a little something every day to change the world? Check out Mitch Ditkoff’s article on the Huffington Post “A Beginner’s Guide to Helping Orphans” which details 10 tips that everyone can do to help change an orphan’s life. It features HCC Founder Bruce Keenan and his journey from feeling moved to action … Read more

HCC Nepal Shristi with Friends

HCC Nepal Student Update: Shristi

March 9, 2017

This blog post was written by HCC student Shristi GC.  Hello Everyone! How are you all doing? I am fine here and hope everything is good there. The temperature here is not that cold now and starting to get hot. I am regularly attending my college. I am giving my unit test, and tomorrow is … Read more

HCC Nepal Winter Blues Fundraiser with Comic Book

Shaking Off the Winter Blues with HCC in NYC

March 8, 2017

On February 28th of this year in New York City, Friends of HCC participated in our Winter Blues Fundraiser, raising funds to support our students while also celebrating our burgeoning NYC community. By the end of the night, 8 more students received sponsorships and the NYC HCC community raised hundreds of dollars for HCC students … Read more

Boy with Pink Hat

Dhading Children’s Initiative (DCI) Annual Report

February 23, 2017

DCI has served a total of 100 children who lost parents during the earthquake in rural Dhading, Nepal. Currently, 83 at-risk children are being provided with educational scholarships, mentorship, and opportunities that allow them to stay in school and with family, and mitigate the risks they face of child marriage, trafficking, and much more. The full report is … Read more

HCC Nepal Hira

HCC Nepal Staff Spotlight: Hira

February 17, 2017

For the past seven years, HCC students have come home to Kushi Ghar, a place that not only serves to house, feed and clothe them but also as a place where they have a nurturing, loving home. Hira Niraula Sapkota has spent the past seven years ensuring that not only is Kushi Ghar a place … Read more

HCC Nepal Barsa

Himalayan Children’s Charities Student Updates: Barsa

February 15, 2017

Barsa, originally from eastern Nepal, lost her father when she was a small baby. He died of complications due to alcoholism, leaving her young mother unable to care for her. She was brought to an orphanage by her grandmother, eventually making her way to HCC.  I am Barsa studying in Grade 12 taking core management … Read more

HCC Student Organizer with Boy

Student Organizer Raises Funds and Spreads the Word for HCC

February 8, 2017

When student Phoebe Ramaty first heard about Himalayan Children’s Charities through the Maya Gold Foundation, she was looking to get involved with an organization that helped people, especially orphaned children. HCC turned about to be just the match, and Phoebe ended up raising over $600 for HCC by selling clothing, toys, and candies at the … Read more

HCC Nepal Tuscon Dinner

Supporter’s Tuscan Dinner Party Celebrates Philanthropy and Fun

January 31, 2017

Last week, HCC sponsor Sherry Jones hosted an enchanting, fun-filled evening for 15 fortunate HCC supporters to enjoy a magnificent spread by renowned chef, Andrea Anichini from the Chianti region in Tuscany, Italy, all for the purpose of raising funds to support the needs of our students. For this special dinner, Sherry and Jeff’s stunning … Read more

HCC Nepal Bal Mandir

Volunteering at Bal Mandir orphanage is a return home for some HCC Students

January 22, 2017

Before joining our program in Kathmandu and starting a new life at Khushi Ghar, many of our HCC students began their life growing up in the state-run orphanage Bal Mandir. Located in an old palace building in Kathmandu, lack of financial support leaves Bal Mandir in a difficult state. Without access to the necessary funding, … Read more

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