Our Projects

Immediate Assistance: Straight after the earthquake, the Director and three members of the Fund travelled to the earthquake affected region - to assist the victims, inspect the damage and talk with local organisations about the aid requirements. With your generous support, we were able to provide 65 truckloads worth of supplies between April and July. All the survivors that could be found have been found and thousands were cremated at the local Kyegu Monastery of which the KRF Director, H.E. Aenpo Kyabgon Rinpoche, is the Head.


Interim Support: The government has indicated that it will rebuild infrastructure, but this is occurring slowly as it relates to permanent housing. You can help in the following ways:

  • Help a child: For $10 a week you could sponsor a child and provide food, clothing/blankets, medicine and ensure they have a place to stay (usually we work with the monastery to make this happen).


Longer-Term Action: While there have been pledges to rebuild infrastructure in the area, it will take time and progress is hampered by the remoteness of the region and the sheer volume of need. Families do need assistance with healthcare, shelter and with new employment opportunities if their previous work is no longer possible.

We are helping in the following ways:

  • Building support services: Help us provide ongoing healthcare and other essential needs to the general community.
  • Build a family a more stable house: Families are currently living in tents. It costs $1500 to build a family more stable temporary housing until permanent houses are fully rebuilt.


Just contact us if you would like to help.


Providing aid 


Praying over the deceased 


A tent city