Live Crowd-Funding Event at Revolution Brewing
“Jours De Tarap” Film Screenings
Jours De Tarap, a documentary film by, Herve Tiberghien, highlights the rapidly changing culture and politics of Dolpo, Nepal. This film is excellent introduction to the communities that we are directly working to benefit.
We are currently working on fixing dates with local universities in and around the midwest. Dates and times, forthcoming.
Meanwhile, check out this beautiful trailer of the film:
Expanding Our Team to Realize our Goals
The past year has brought much growth and momentum to Himalaya Project.
In addition to gaining our official non-profit status with the US government, we are growing our board.
Our most recent addition, Helen Strietelmeier, is a licensed acupuncturist with a background in biology, humanities and performing arts. Helen joins us in the role of an officer, as our board of director’s current secretary. Helen’s creative thinking and professionalism have already had an impact on our project.
And for our upcoming April board meeting, we’ll be voting on two new potential members, to broaden our team even further.
We need a strong team of people, now more than ever, to help us raise all the funds necessary to bring sustainable healthcare through education to a region in need: Dolpo, Nepal.
If you’d like to join us in our efforts, we’d love to hear from you! Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org to get in touch.