Nepal Orphan Project

Gail Barlow, Chair

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“To keep the lamp burning, we have to keep putting oil in it” -

                              Mother Teresa

Your individual $50 contribution will give an Orphan in Nepal

  • Health check ups
  • School tuition
  • School supplies
Their future is in our hands. Our pocket change may be their only hope. Help us build their community one child and one family at a time
There are 1.5 million orphans under the age of 17 in Nepal
because of disease and past civil unrest. 

A special collaborative project between the District 7510 Rotary Clubs, Rotaract Clubs, and Interact Clubs and the District 3292 Rotary Clubs and Rotaract Clubs in Nepal.
  • Our Mission is to improve the quality of life for these orphaned children and their communities by providing education, healthcare and nutrition. These children are the future citizens and leaders of Nepal. Our support will enable them to lead their communities and their country out of the darkness of oppression and into the light of freedom. Education is the transmission of civilization…. 

  • Our Goal each year is the sponsorship of 100 orphans by individuals or by Rotary Clubs. Your club donation of $250 will help to send five orphans to school in Nepal for a full year. Your generosity will provide these orphans in Nepal with education (school tuition & supplies), and health check ups. 

Please make checks payable to: Branchburg Rotary Foundation, (memo line - Nepal Orphans) and mail to: SCCDC, PO Box 5082, Somerville, NJ 08876  Att: Tulsi Maharjan.


The Rotary Foundation is a Top Ten foundation and is our way of giving for those in need. Remember the Foundation in your year-end giving and all year long.

Click on this link or on the image above to go to the Rotary Foundation website.
HOLIDAY PARTY HONORED AG JOE HORNER - The Rotary Club of Bridgewater-Bound Brook honored Assistant Governor Joe at their Holiday Party on December 8 at Venue 518 in Bound Brook.

CLUB ACTIVITY OF THE MONTH - The Hillsborough Club once again sponsored an Operation Shoebox Christmas Holiday packing event. Hundreds of volunteers turned out to assist in packing 1500 boxes for our military deployed overseas. Another wonderful service project by Rotarians!!


Help is still needed to replenish stocks of ShelterBoxes and ShelterKits, depleted by the onslaught of hurricanes this season!

Send donation checks to District 7510 ShelterBox Chairman Len Nemeroff, 9 Deacon Drive, Hamilton, NJ 08619.

ShelterBox USA is a tax exempt 501(c)(3) organization. See our ShelterBox webpage for details about their deployment.