Youth in Action
Our Youth in Action
When someone falls down your initial gut reaction is to take them by their hands and pull them back up. However, Imagine seeing them fall, seeing the pain and suffering, seeing the loss and all the tragedy right in front of you but unable to reach them. This is a modest interpretation of what I felt when I first heard about the earth quake. I hadn't known fear and heartache until I went through those three days following the initial quake.
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Aasha Amatya, Warren-Watchung High School Sophomore, will be conducting interviews with Nepali micro credit recipients as a Goodwill Ambassador for FONNJ and Branchburg Rotary. She will conduct survey and interview our micro-credit recipients in Nepal and blog her story as part of her summer service project in Nepal. Thank you Aasha.. .
Friends of Nepal-NJ sponsored a dance program for the Ghar Sita Mutu's annual program in New York yesterday. Ms. Kabina Singh performed her special Newari dance at this event. Thank you Kabina for your outstanding performance and promoting Nepali culturel.
Youth members helped during the FONNJ's micro credit fundraising dinner to fulfill their service hour for their high school graduation. Ms. Sauryaa Baral and Ms. Pokhrel (pictured) baked cookies and served at the event. Thank you for your service.
High school students who are looking for service projects to fulfill your high school, college or scouts service hours, we can provide you with an opportunity to help our organization and get SERVICE CERTIFICATE from the FONNJ and you may also qualify for the US Presidential's Volunteer Award.
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Nepal Adoptive Family Youth Group collected funds to provide scholarships for needy students in Nepal. Thank you.
Nepal Day Celebrtion at the Readington Middle School in Hunterdon County, NJ