Who we are

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Tara Bodong (Netherlands) is a non-profit charitable foundation which supports humanitarian projects in the northern region of India and Nepal. The projects are initiated locally and overseen by the Tibetan lama, Geshe Pema Dorjee. Founders and Board Our Team Our Team Tara Bodong ANBI Requirements -

Our project

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The Tara Bodong foundation is helping to build a nunnery/ girls’ school for poor and orphaned girls in Lumla, Arunachal Pradesh which is an impoverished Himalayan area in North-East India that borders Bhutan and China (Tibet). Nunnery/ girls’ school in Lumla    Progress and Milestones FAQ Fundraising  

How to give

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The members and friends of Tara Bodong (Netherlands) appreciate your donation. We will do our very best to make sure that every contribution we receive will go entirely to the nunnery/girls’ school. There are several ways you can financially support our project: Transfer via Bank Account: Bank: Rabobank Hilversum Account number: 1151.38.447 Account name: Stichting Tara Bodong (Netherlands) […]

Help George climb Mt Kili for Girls

George Pedra is climbing Mt Kilimanjaro in October and he is using this opportunity to raise funds to support a young charitable foundation with their efforts to help young girls in the Himalayan region.100% of the funds he raises will be used for educating the young girls that soon will be housed in a nearly-built school in Lumla.


https://www.gofundme.com/Mt_Kili_for_girls


Good luck George!    

 

 

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Our Inspiration

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    Pema Dorjee

    Tibetan Lama Geshe Pema Dorjee has dedicated his life to helping disadvantaged people in the Himalayan region. There, he has organised numerous charitable projects with emphasis on the poor, the elderly, street children, the sick and the disabled. He currently runs 13 charitable projects including support for education, community improvement, health and environmental development. Amongst […]

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    Siri Weirum

    Siri Weirum worked for many years as a manager for Oslo Red Cross in Norway. When she took early retirement, she decided to do something completely different by going to live abroad. After reading an article in a Norwegian newspaper about an international organisation looking for ‘senior’ citizens to work as volunteers in developing countries, Siri got […]

Save the Date! 28 January 2017 – Our welcome the new year party

date change … The Tara Bodong annual Party has been changed from October 29th to January 28th 2017. With this change comes also a theme change, It’s the time to welcome the new year with energy and hope!