Kids who need Sponsors


We currently need sponsors for over 20 kids. If you would like to fully or partially sponsor a student, please refer to the Make a Donation page for donation/sponsorship details and Contact Us directly to get matched up with a child.

Meet a few of the kids here:

BOARDING STUDENTS

B18.15 – Boarding
Dipak Aidy
Boy, 8 years
Class: Special Junior
B17.23 – Boarding
Sonam Sangpo Sherpa
Boy, 9 years  
Class: Special Junior
B18.14 – Boarding
Basanta Budha
Boy, 7 years
Class: Special Junior
B15.31 – Boarding
Tashi Tsering Lama
Boy, 9 years
Class: 2
B19.1 – Boarding
Tsewang Dorje Lama
Boy, 6 years
Class: 1
B13.7 – Boarding
Tenzin Wangdue Lama
Boy, 14 years
Class: 8
B16.6 – Boarding
Aya Lama
Boy, 10 years
Class: 6
B16.7 – Boarding
Migmar Tashi Pun
Boy, 9 years
Class: 4
B19.9 – Boarding
Tsering Gyaltsen Tamang
Boy, 5 years
Class: Nursery
B18.8 – Boarding
Wangchuk Ladar Lama
Boy, 8 years
Class: 1
B13.40 – Boarding
Tenzin Sherab
Boy, 11 years
Class: 5
B17.20 – Boarding
Choden Sherpa
Girl, 10 years
Class: 2
B18.8 – Boarding
Wangchuk Ladar Lama
Boy, 8 years
Class: 1

DAY STUDENTS

D13.5 – Day Student
Kelsang Tsedak Sherpa
Boy, 11 years
Class: 6
D14.5 – Boarding
Nga Sangpo Sherpa
Boy, 13 years
Class: 5
D804 – Boarding
Kelsang Diki Tamang
Girl, 14 years
Class: 10
D12.33 – Day Student
Janjan Bhote
Boy, 9 years
Class: 5
D16.8 – Day Student
Kiran Ghale
Boy, 9 years
Class: 3
D19 – Day Student
Tenzin Nyima Lama
Boy, 5 years
Class: Nursery
D12.5 – Day Student
Pasang Lhamo Sherpa
Girl, 16 years
Class: 8
D14.4 – Day Student
Tsering Dolma Bamjan
Girl, 10 years
Class: 5
D102 – Day Student
Tenzin Sherab
Boy, 13 years
Class: 7

Facts:

  • We’ve found that the older the child, the harder it is for us to find a sponsor.
  • We currently have more girls at the school than boys, but the majority of the kids who need sponsors are boys (we’ve been able to find more supporters for girls).
  • Overall, Thrangu Rinpoche has always equally educated girls and boys, nuns and monks, as Buddhism is about mind, which has no gender.
  • We have two ‘Special’ classes  for new students who are a little over-aged and missing the Tibetan or Nepali language. Our ‘Special’ class teachers speak all three languages: Tibetan, English and Nepali.