Friends of Nepal - New Jersey
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The Rotary Clubs support our humanitarian efforts by raising funds through individual donations and by hosting events that benefit our projects. We would like to take this opportunity to thank the Rotary Clubs who have generously raised and donated important funds to our projects.


In the past Rotaries have organized annual PROGRAMS . They often organize and provide matching grants, thereby doubling the funds that are donated to our specific projects. Since 1992 there has been more than 15 grant projects supported by Rotary Clubs in District 7510, Center New Jersey, with various Rotary clubs to provide funds to buy  water filters to building Computer labs and scholarships to many orphans in Nepal.


We are grateful for the generosity and hard work of Rotary club of Branchburg, Rotary Club of Warren-Watchung, Rotary club of Hillsborough, Somerville, Union, Hamilton, Montgomery-Rocky Hill and Dunellen Green Brook.

We enthusiastically welcome the opportunity to work with more Rotary Clubs around the world. Please get in touch with us to join us in providing important services to the underprivileged people of Nepal. We would love to work with any Rotary Clubs around the world.

Collaborative Partnership in Nepal


Friends of Nepal New Jersey has developed collaborative partnership with various organizations in Nepal and here to promote and develop variouty of programs and activities.  We would like to thank all our partners for their support in making our projects successful in Nepal.

  • Rotary Club of Patan - Scholarship programs and Digital Divide Projects
  • Rotary Club of Yala - Walter project, Environment project
  • Rotary Club of Himalya Patan - Library Project
  • Rotary Club of Mahabouddha - Micro Credit Projects
  • Rotaract Club of Patan - Leadership Program
  • Rotaract Club of New Road - Library Project
  • Rotary club of Gorkha - Water Project
  • Rotary club of Patan West - Scholarship
  • BPW - Patan - Business and Professional Women group of Patan - Goat project
  • Rotary Club of Kathmandu West, Dr. Hira Shrestha 

FONNJ and Kat Center to collaboration.

Dr. Gregg Tully, KAT Center

The Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre (KAT Centre) is a non-profit registered charitable organisation dedicated to improving the welfare of Nepal's animals. The Center is creating a healthy, rabies-free, non-breeding street dog population in Kathmandu.


FONNJ will try to mobilize its resources in Nepal to help the Center.  Especially newly formed INTERACT CLUB  at the Bal Kumari school in Sunakothi, Patan.  There are more than 100 students who are receiving scholarships through our organization at the moment.


Helping Bhutanese Refugees in Trenton in collaboration with ANPA

Help the Buddhist Temple

We are requesting Nepalese community to help with the new Mediation Center buidlling project which will be starting shortly.  We request our friends and family to donate generously for this special project so that we will have a place to conduct special functions for our community.

Your support will be greatly appreciated.  

  Federal Tax Identification Number is 30-0091226


In our Dharmic learning Peace of mind, body and soul all are interconnected. Since time immemorial both man and God have just one prayer - Shanti - for the living and the Departed. The CharDham project is to provide opportunities for low income Asian families to experience the divine presence in their visit to various religions houses of worship.


Many of elders do not have means to visit Char Dham in near immediate future, So we are trying provide them with an opportunity to take a spiritual journey to various Central New Jersey’s many houses of worship to experience true peace and humility.  The pilgrimage to CharDham project will provide them with experience that will stay with them forever.


CharDham Project 

We are planning to bring elders who are over 70 years old Asian community people who lives in New York and New Jersey to visit different Hindu, Jain, Buddhist and Sikh houses of worship once a month to give them an opportunity to experience religious and spiritual path.


We would like to provide them with an opportunity to see our houses of worship and welcome them to our place.   



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