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Sponsor a Child from a Tibetan
Refugee Village


Sponsorship Requested at $30-40 per month,
which covers meals, housing, clothing,
educational expenses, and medical care.

We are seeking sponsors for additional children whose biographical materials have not yet been prepared for uploading to our website.
Please contact our office about these sponsorship opportunities! (We are having difficulties with our sponsorship form; please contact us
via e-mail: sponsor@tibetaid.org; or telephone: +1 845-679-6973)





Sponser Tibetan child Save Tibetan Children Name: Sonam Lhamo, Female
Code: 11832-WL
School: CST Kalimpong (Boarding Student)
DOB: July 29, 2003

Sonam Lhamo's father left this life when she was very small. Her mother looks after Sonam Lhamo and her brother, who have both entered boarding school in order to obtain a good Tibetan education. Because Sonam Lhamo's mother is unemployed, Sonam Lhamo's aunt helps the family, but she cannot afford to cover the school expenses for the two children.


THANK YOU! I'VE BEEN SPONSORED!





Sponser Tibetan child Save Tibetan Children Name: Thupten Gyaltsen, Male
Code: 11837-WL
School: CST Kalimpong (Boarding Student)
DOB: December 4, 2006

Young Thupten Gyaltsen has just entered school as a Class I student. He hails from Odlabari, where his parents work in a small roadside restaurant. Thupten Gyaltsen is very friendly and enjoys playing games with his friends.





Sponser Tibetan child Save Tibetan Children Name: Pema Tenzin, Male
Code: 11838-WL
School: CST Kalimpong (Boarding Student)
DOB: November 11, 2005

Pema Tenzin is a young boy from Kalimpong. He loves playing games, and is a good student, especially in English language studies. He lives with his father, mother, an elder sister, an elder brother, and his grandmother. Because his father's income is small, all of it goes to cover basic family expenditures. Your support assists with covering school fees and expenses.






Sponser Tibetan child Save Tibetan Children Name: Tenzin Sonam, Male
Code: 11839-WL
School: CST Kalimpong (Boarding Student)
DOB: August 13, 2006

Tenzin Sonam hails from Sikkim. He has just entered school in the first grade. His father works in a small office, but his income is not enough to cover educational expenses for Tenzin Sonam and his brother and sister.


THANK YOU! I'VE BEEN SPONSORED!





Sponser Tibetan child Save Tibetan Children Name: Kelsang Yangkyi, Female
Code: 11841-WL
School: CST Kalimpong (Boarding Student)
DOB: January 12, 1999

Kalsang Yangkyi's family lives in the small, remote village of Tuting. In Tuting, there are no modern facilities. Kelsang Yangkyi's parents try to support their large family with farming, but making a living is very difficult.


THANK YOU! I'VE BEEN SPONSORED!





Sponser Tibetan child Save Tibetan Children Name: Lhakpa Thundup, Male
Code: 11644-WL
School: CST Darjeeling (Boarding Student)
DOB: February 5, 1997

Lhakpa Thundup is good in his studies and activities at school. His father passed on four years ago after a prolonged illness, and his mother now tries to provide for him and his brother by running a small shop. Your support enables Lhakpa Thundup to attend school as a boarding student without putting financial stress on the family.


THANK YOU! I'VE BEEN SPONSORED!





Sponser Tibetan child Save Tibetan Children Name: Sangay Rinchen, Female
Code: 11846-WL
School: Namgyal Boarding School, Nepal (Boarding Student)
DOB: April 23, 2001

Sangay Rinchen comes from a family of three children. She is the eldest and is known as a calm and quiet young girl. Her parents are farmers.






Sponser Tibetan child Save Tibetan Children Name: Gyurme Tsultrim, Male
Code: 11847-WL
School: Namgyal Boarding School, Nepal (Boarding Student)
DOB: June 24, 2003

Gyurme Tsultrim is studying in second grade. He comes from a family of three children, whose parents are farmers from Tamang.






Sponser Tibetan child Save Tibetan Children Name: Bhumga Dorjee, Male
Code: 11848-WL
School: Namgyal Boarding School, Nepal (Boarding Student)
DOB: August 26, 2005

Bhumga Dorjee is a very young student, who has just entered the first grade. He is the youngest of three children and is very mischievious. His family tries to make a living by farming, but this is very difficult due to drought and monsoons.


THANK YOU! I'VE BEEN SPONSORED!









Special Situations We are also seeking sponsors for several children who are in special circumstances. Please contact us for additional information or submit our sponsorship form, indicating "older student" or "please choose for me."



TSTS Shillong is an elementary school in a very poor region of northeast India, just north of Bangladesh. The young children at this school transfer to other Tibetan schools for their later studies.
TSTS Gangtok is a boarding school in Sikkim, between Nepal and Bhutan, that previously served only the early grades but has now been expanded to include high-school aged children.
CST Kalimpong is an elementary school in West Bengal, between Nepal and Bhutan and north of Bangladesh. The Tibetan Settlement of Miao is a very poor community, and the Tibetan refugees who live there have difficulty in finding work that can provide for their families.
CST Dalhousie is located near Dharamsala in Himachal Pradesh and offers classes through Class XII (middle school and high school).

Please contact our office (email: sponsor@tibetaid.org)
if you have questions or need additional information.




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