January 28, 2013

Karma Thalo Foundation (US) Holds First Fundraiser

Over $5,000 USD Raised for Upcoming Medical Trek

ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI, USA - Karma Thalo Foundation (US) held its first fundraiser January 26, 2013, raising over $5,000 USD to benefit Karma Thalo, a Nepali NGO which serves remote indigenous people through medical treks.

Karma Thalo Foundation

Phone: +1.314.650.9076 or +977.9841.6940.14

Email: info@karmathalofoundation.com

St. Louis, MO - January 28, 2013 - Karma Thalo Foundation (US) held its first fundraiser January 26, 2013, raising over $5,000 USD to benefit Karma Thalo, a Nepali NGO which serves remote indigenous people through medical treks. 

"As all of the trekkers are volunteers, every dollar goes directly to serve the Nepalese people," said Karma Lama, President and Founder of Karma Thalo. "The money will be used for medicines and supplies for the upcoming fall health camps in Lisankhu, Doramba, and other villages along the Indigenous Peoples Trail."

Based in Kathmandu, Nepal, with a US affiliate in St. Louis, Missouri, the foundation is led by Founder and President Karma Lama, in conjunction and collaboration with Michele Rutledge.

As published www.ekantipur.com/the-kathmandu-post/2013/02/11/nation/medical-trek-to-help-rural-folk/245193.html

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A short video of our 2012 Med Camp Trek http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iPddxLkFzr0

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September 16, 2013

Karma Thalo Foundation Partners with Holi Maya Foundation in Joint Effort

Will lead volunteer cleanup campaign of Indrathan Temple

KATHMANDU, NEPAL -  Karma Thalo Foundation (KTF), a Nepali NGO which serves remote indigenous peoples through medical treks, will partner with Holi Maya Foundation to sponsor young adults in a village cleanup campaign on 21September 2013. 

“We saw that there was a need, in advance of the upcoming festival in Dahachowk, Thankot, for help in getting the village ready,” says Mr. Karma Lama, President and Founder of KTF.  Mr. RudraTamang, an executive with Holi Maya, agrees, “There's going to be around 18 - 20 volunteers aged 14 - 40 whose efforts we will coordinate in cleaning and putting up dustbins in and around the village.”  The Foundations will also provide the volunteers refreshments and traditional Nepali dal bhat. 

“We hope that this will be the start of future collaborative efforts, even as KTF prepares for its second annual volunteer fall health camps in Lishanku, Doramba, and other villages along the Indigenous Peoples Trail,” says Mr. Lama.

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