Travel Photography Photos tagged as volunteering
Volunteering at an Orphanage in Pokhara called The Love Company Orphanage photo.
Several hundred books are sitting in my friend's summer dinning room. I hope to have them all done before she returns from New York next week.
Here I am trying to figure out if this book belongs to pre-kindergarten or is just a story book.
This picture was shoot on Nitya sbirthday , a 5 year old girl child living with us for the last 3 years
Salsa Lessons at Casa HOY
Future Nepal wants to make the people aware of the importance for stones. So they developed the concept of the stone Project . Future Nepal has started to apply this ‘stone project’ in our village. It has selected committee members and have decided to hold the ‘ stone festival’ at the Meghauli Village in Chitwan on March. 6th, 7th and 8th for 3 days which is the very first festival and distinguish of it’s kind in Nepal. The village community has embraced the project with open arms. If we join our hands we can achieve anything. As we all know ‘an ocean starts with a drop of water’ - so also can a community start with one stone . Every foundation starts with a stone — so that is very important. Stones can be found everywhere in the village area so why not use these stones to start developing our village. What is the Stone Project : The aim of this project is to develop our village ourselves. We have asked each person to donate Rupees 1.- per day or one kilo of stones per day that would mean per person 365 Rupees or 365 kilos of stones per year. Those wishing to donate more are welcome to do so. We use the stones and money to develop the most important areas in the village — like parks, children’s library, retirement home, orphanage home and roads and bridges and much more. Why don’t you come and join us and help us in our new ‘ stone project’. We hope that our, help ourselves ‘stone project’ will one day become Nepal wide Community Children Library -Nov.1st 2010
Ansley took this wonderful photograph while we were taking a stroll in Cusco, Peru