All Children's are being taken care by Sindhu Welfare Society USA and are currently enrolled in Mount Kailash Boarding School in Kapan Kathmandu, Nepal
Sindhu Welfare Society Inc. is incorporated as a non-profit corporation in accordance with New York state laws in 2010. It is a tax-exempt charitable organization under the section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
The Mission of Sindhu-USA is to provide quality educational opportunities for orphaned and the most needy children and help create micro-economic opportunities to improve socio-economic wellbeing of economically weak people of Sindhupalchok district in Nepal in the long run by mobilizing and drawing on the strength and resources of the Sindhupalchok community and friends of Nepal in the U.S.
- To support and provide quality educational opportunities to the orphans, including most needy by sponsoring their school education in Sindhupalchok, Nepal.
- To preserve, develop and promote socio-cultural heritage of the people of Sindhupalchok in the U.S. by organizing and supporting educational and cultural programs, such as Nepali-American art exhibitions, stage performances, seminars, and forums.
- To unite Nepali people of Sindhupalchok currently residing in the U.S. and help improve their socio-economic wellbeing and that of their community.
- To provide financial support to strengthen the capacity of social and charitable Nepali organizations in Nepal and in the U.S.
Sindhu-USA provides scholarships and seek individual/group sponsorships to support the education of orphaned and the neediest children in Sindhupalchok.
Financial support to build new and improve old school facilities in Sindhupalchok.
Offer small grants/seed-money to poor families to start micro-economic projects which can free children from house or farm work and allow them to go to school instead.
Financial assistance to local organizations and groups in Sindhupalchok that contribute to improving educational and economic opportunities for children and families in the district.
Funds to establish a new school, under its own umbrella, exclusively for orphans and children from economically impoverished families, and offer them free quality education up to the twelfth grade.