SPONSOR A CHILD IN EXILE: TIBETAN HOMES FOUNDATION

Tibetan Homes Foundation (THF) is a registered charity established by His Holiness Tenzin Gyatso the 14th Dalai Lama soon after his escape from Tibet in 1959.  The Foundation was started in 1962 and is based in Mussoorie, India, a popular hill station in the lower Himalayas, where His Holiness the Dalai Lama first established the Tibetan Government-in-Eexile before shifting to Dharamsala.  THF has created a HOME AWAY FROM HOME for the Tibetan refugee children in exile, with a Tibetan up-bringing and modern education.  To achieve its objectives, THF runs family homes, schools, a vocational training centre, dispensary and senior citizen homes.  Presently THF has 2,479 children and more than 250 elderly under its care.  The THF appeals to all supporters and sponsors to provide financial assistance to their children.

Ngawang Thupten 
Date of Birth: Novmeber 15, 2003
Code #: 8500

Ngawang is from Dekyiling Tibetan Settlement in Dehradun, he has one elder brother and one elder sister. The child here comes from a poor Tibetan refugee family living in India. The admission of this child has been granted on the recommendation of the Tibetan welfare office where the family is located & the Central Destitute committee of the CTA, Dharamsala. Ngawang is very active, always at the move, outspoken and loves to play football. He has adjusted well in the new family home at our Branch School in Rishikesh where he lives with another 23 children in the same home.

Penpa Tashi
Date of Birth: January 10, 2004
Code #: 8507

Penpa’s from Puruwala Tibetan Settlement in Himachal Pradesh, India, he has one younger brother. Penpa’s father does Seasonal Petty business and his mother a housewife.  The only income generated from the seasonal petty business is not sufficient to take care of his family, through the recommendation of the Tibetan welfare office where the family is located.  Penpa’s admitted at the School in January 13, 2015. He is in Grade VI, very smart and outspoken boy, loves football and likes to read story books.

Kunga Namdol
Date of Birth: November 22, 2003 
Code #: 8513

Kunga’s from Sataun Tibetan settlement in Dehradun, India, she has one younger sister at the same school in home no.7. Her father ia an ex-army and mother a housewife. The admission of this child has been granted on the recommendation of the Tibetan welfare office where the family is located & the CTA, Central Destitute committee. She has adjusted well in the new family home at our Branch School in Rishikesh where she lives with another 23 children in the same home. She loves to play badminton with her friends.

Pema Lhamo 
Date of Birth: February 19, 2002 
Code #: 8520

Pema comes from a Tibetan refugee family living in Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India. She has one younger sister Pema Tashi below, studying at the same school and two twins younger brother. Her father is a Seasonal petty shop and mother house wife.  Due to the family poor condition, she has been granted admission at school through the recommendation from the welfare office where her family is located.  Pema’s studying in Senior Secondary School, Grade VI.

Tenzin Ngawang 
Date of Birth: December 13, 2001 
Code #: 8523

Tezin’s from very poor Tibetan refugee family in Miao, Arunachal Pradesh, India. His father does Seasonal temporary shope and his mother a housewife. Tenzin’s admission was grated through the recommendation from the welfare office.  He has adjusted well in the new family where he lives with other 23 children in the same house, taken great care by their foster mother and father.  He loves to go to school and enjoy playing football.

Tashi Tsering 
Date of Birth: March 5, 2003
Code #: 8501

Tashi’s father passed away. He is from very remote area of Miao, Arunachal Pradesh, INDIA India. His mother is a farmer, he has one elder brother, the income that his mother earns from farming is not sufficient to provide care for her children. Tashi has never been to school. Through the recommendation from the Welfare office in their village, he got an admission at school and studying in a special class. He is very smart and enjoys playing football with his friends.

 

Pema Tashi
Date of Birth: July 15, 2003 
Code #: 8521

Pema comes from a Tibetan refugee family living in Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India. She has one elder sister Pema Lhamo, studying at the same school and two twins younger brother. Her father is a Seasonal petty shop and mother house wife.  Due to the family poor condition, she has been granted admission at school through the recommendation from the welfare office where her family is located.  Pema’s studying in Grade VI, she likes reading and playing basketball.

Tenzin Choden 
Date of Birth: August 21, 2003 
Code #: 8525

Tenzin is from Miao, Arunachal Pradesh, very poor remote place in North East India.  She has one elder brother. Her father is a Soldier in Tibetan regiment and her mothe a housewife. Tenzin was sent by her parents to study at Tibetan Homes Foundation, very far from her village. She is staying along other 23 children in Home Nomber: GM – 3. All of the children are taken great care by their foster mother and father.  Tenzin love reading books and enjoy playing with her friends.

Tsering Norzom  Sponsored
Date of Birth: September 29, 2003
Code #: 8514

Tsering’s from a very poor remote place from Miao in Arunachal Pradesh, India.  She has one elder sister and one 4 years old younger brother. Her parents are farmer.  Tsering was sent by her parents to study at Tibetan Homes Foundation, very far from her village. She is staying along other 23 children in Home GM-7. All of the children are taken great care by their foster mother and father.  Tsering’s friendly and enjoy playing with her friends.

 

Tenzin Dhasel Sponsored
Date of Birth: January 26, 2004
Code #: 8511

Tenzin is semi-orphan from Poanta, Himachal Pradesh, India.  His mother passed away, he has one younger brother studying in CST School, Poanta. His father does Seasonal temporary shop. The income that his father earns is not sufficient to take care of his two young children. Through the recommendation of the Tibetan welfare office where the family is located. Tenzin got admission into Homes Foundation, he is studying in Grade VI, he’s very friendly, enjoys playing football and reading book.

Please note that from September 2015 onward, The Tibet Fund will charge a $5 fee for each quarterly sponsorship payment to partially cover the cost associated with credit card fees, wire transfers to India, and other processing fees.

Pay $95

Every 3 Months

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School or Institution

 



Pay $190

Every 6 Months

Name or Code
School or Institution

 




Pay $380

Once a Year

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School or Institution

 




Sponsor By Mail

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