Nga Gyur Shed Dup Charity Foundation  2007


Seeing these bad situations getting worse from one generation to another that seemingly comes with endless reincarnation Sonam Rinpoche hopes to come up with some actual actions to help these children. Rinpoche believes with love and compassion, we can bring about good and solid education for the children.

We went into their world and lend a helping hand to the underprivileged children in Tibet and hold up a protective umbrella for them.

“A drop of water may be insignificant, but if it settles into fine springs, it’s is enough to nourish the thirsty hearts!” After completion of investigative survey, the teacher led a nonstop group of disciples and began preparatory work. “The world changes not because of any single individual working a lot, it’s because every single individual working a little bit.”

Despite numerous setbacks and obstacles encountered, Rinpoche has been relentless. In 2007, with generous support of the public, the Nga Gyur Shed Dup Charity Foundation (NSCF) managed to set up Nga Gyur Shed Dup Children’s Home (NSCH) for orphans and homeless children to provide accommodation, food and education. Our aim is to serve children in need with love, help them to overcome difficulties in life, so that every child lives a life with righteousness and integrity.

About Nga Gyur Shed Dup Charity Foundation (NSCF)
NSCF is a non-profit organization founded in 2006 by Sonam Rinpoche. It all started with deep concern and love toward homeless and orphaned children in Tibet. Therefore, NSCF is particularly concerned in helping Tibetan orphans and vulnerable children, and focuses on girls’ education too. NSCF specific work is primarily aimed at the long-term sustainable development projects in education, health care and so on. Sonam Rinpoche realized that education is the key to get rid of poverty and also the tool to create the basis for sustainable development. The NSCH works hard to provide basic foods, clothing, and accommodation to fully support children to stay in school. NSCF wishes to work to the optimum level of efficiency; after-all, funding has always been scarce. With limited resources, we’re always careful in managing what we have. We’re always open for constructive advices from donors and public. And we aim to practise what we have preached.

Every year we hold Jangchok puja (prayers for the deceased), through child sponsorship program and donation contributions for funds raising to help the Tibetan children.

Our presence there brings them emotional support and motivation, soothes children’s tiny hearts. We let them to learn to face the life, and that they know there are a lot of people who care about them. We help them to build self-confidence, develop a healthy and positive personality.

Meanwhile, we hope that the lights here can be sustainable, so that more people can help these Tibetan children. We sincerely hope that the love and care they feel in their young hearts can help them grow to illuminate their life. In return, you and I get a splendid spiritual baptism in our short life.

In 2007 through the help of the public, Nga Gyur Shedup Children’s Home (NSCH) began her construction works. Here, each piece of timber, each element are all love and care from the world. This love lights up the hearts of children and conveys dreams of positive energy. Rinpoche hopes to build a genuinely caring platform that bridges the wide gap between the world and vulnerable people in Tibet.