An evening to remember and raise money for the Nepali earthquake. In Tsum 90% of homes have been destroyed and Ancient Buddhist Temples have been reduced to rubble. It’s been a time of unthinkable hardship for this remote valley.
Hosted by Jigme Wangchuk
Jane Marshall, Director of the Compassion Project and author of book on Tsum
Charise Foinovic, just returned from 4 months doing earthquake relief in Nepal
Special appearance by Lama Pema of Tsum, Abott of Thrungu Monastery in Richmond, BC
The Compassion Project is a registered charity in Canada (824895197 RR0001)
The Project Goals are to enhance medical and education services in Tsum Nepal, specifically:
– We aim to advance education for primary school-aged children by sending trained Himalayan teacher into vollage schools.
– We aim to improve healthcare for Tsum residents by operating a health clinic in Lamagaon (Ngak).
For more information, visit: http://compassionfortsum.ca/