World Health Day: Advocating for Vulnerable Patients
Strengthen the Tibetan Civil Society
The 7th Annual Gala
The Tibet Fund’s Nepal Earthquake Relief -Bakhang Nunnery
The Tibet Fund’s Nepal Earthquake Relief -Reconstruction of Kimdol Elder’s Home and the Settlements.
Nepal Earthquake Relief -Reconstruction of Gangchen Community Building
Nepal Earthquake Relief -Reconstruction of Settlements in Rasuwa District.
Tibetan youth give back: Summer internship program
Twin City And The Tibet Fund Present ’24’
Twin City and the Tibet Fund present “24”. A fundraiser celebrating the 24th anniversary of His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s Nobel Peace Prize.
The Tibet Fund
The Tibet Fund: Unwavering service to the Tibetan people
The Tibet Fund – Celebrating 30 years of service
Tibet Fund’s Professional Scholarship Program
For the past 50 years, more than 150,000 Tibetan refugees have been living outside their homeland in settlements scattered across India, Nepal, and Bhutan. Under the leadership of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, these communities were created so the refugees could maintain their unique way of life, lanugage, and Tibetan identity. Today, the exile community is struggling to meet the refugees’ needs, especially for well-educated professionals who can serve their community and help the next generation of Tibetans to succeed in a globalized world.