In order to maximize the number of beneficiaries in the earthquake affected areas, NHCF BOD has decided to help support for the reconstruction of the earthquake damaged public schools in Nepal.

1. Nepal Earthquake – Ongoing Rebuilding School Projects

  1. Shree Basukee Lower Secondary School at Aaruarwang, Gorkha – under joint partnership with UBCO – $30K committed. 60% Constructions has been completed.
    Front view of the school building after the earthquake hit
    Construction in progress RCC School building on the right side
  2. Vidhyamandir Higher Secondary School at Baglung – $35K committed. First 20% funding commitment has been paid and the construction of the building on going.

    Vidhyamandir – under constructions
  3. Nepali Heritage Charity Foundation of BC (NHCF) has also been hosting the free evening meals at Whally neighbourhood, Surrey on each last Saturday of the month. Food preparation will start at 4PM and meal serve at 7PM. We invite you to join us volunteer. Please contact any of the executive members if you wish to do so. Please let us know if you wish to sponsor forthcoming meals hosted by NHCF.

    Event Venue;
    Night Shift Ministries
    106 Avenue and King George Blvd
    Surrey, BC.

  4. 2018

    • February: Early Childhood Development Centre
    • Since its inception, NHCF had been exploring possibility of charitable activities in Nepal. This came to fruition in 2013 with CRA approval to partner with Early Childhood Development Centre (ECDC) led by CNN Hero Pushpa Basnet. ECDC (established in 2005, located in Kathmandu) provides support to the children of incarcerated parents. The children under its care receive regular medical checkup, vaccinations, and are enrolled in a local school. Please visit ECDC Nepal to learn more. Funds raised by NHCF and other individuals were remitted to ECDC for procurement of educational materials to the needy students.


    • November: NHCF first gala fundraiser dinner program, Surrey BC
    • In this program we showcased traditional songs and dances performed by talented local artists. Thank you to our numerous sponsors for making it a grand success!

    • September: Nagar-Kirtan, Abbotsford
      Abbotsford Nagar-Kirtan is one of the largest annual parades in Abbotsford, where thousands of people from the Sikh community come together to celebrate their heritage. We served drinking water to thousands of participants that day.

    • July: Shree Madanedanda Secondary School at Dhuwankot, Gorkha.
      Rebuild Computer lab and library – Project completed. NHCF funded $9,000. More than 350 students have been studying in the school mostly from the local Kumal and Tamang communities.

      NHCF Director Dev Adhikari, & school officials – inauguration of the computer lab
      Completed school computer lab
      Students in the computer lab
    • April: Vaishaki Parade, Surrey
      Largest Sikh community parade in North America, participated by more than 400,000 people. We served drinking water to thousands of parade participants.

    • April: NightShift Ministry
    • NHCF has started monthly evening meals program in collaboration with NightShift Ministry in Whalley, Surrey; feeding the homeless people in the Whally neighbourhood. Monthly evening meals have continuously been hosted and we serve about 100-150 hot meals each month.

    • March: Shree Mahendra Lila Higher Secondary School – Gorkha, Nepal
      Reconstruction of Shree Mahendra Lila Higher Secondary School – construction completed. Partnership with NRNA, London Cross Cultural Center, Newa Guthi and Nepalease Society of Calgary. NHCF contributed $16,500 and total Project cost was $173,000. More than 500 students are studying in the school from Grade 1-12.

      Front – View of the completed Building
      Rear – View of the completed building


    • Kiwassa Neighbourhood House, Vancouver
    • (2010 -2017) NHCF launched its first brunch program in collaboration with Kiwassa Neighbourhood House in May 2010, as part of its objective to alleviate poverty. By December 2016, about Five Thousand meals had already been served.
      This was a monthly support program where NCHF volunteers, in partnership with Kiwassa Neighbourhood Community Center, provided free meals to the local people at Hastinsg and Nanaimo Street at East Vancouver.