Kinship Scholarship Program
Hundreds of children lost one or both parents in the 2015 Nepal earthquakes. These children, known as “earthquake orphans”, face significant obstacles in their daily lives. The pain of loss of family is often compounded by the need to leave school to support their own survival. KarmaFlights has developed a unique program to break this damaging cycle and protect these vulnerable children.
Our kinship scholarships are a long-term promise. We pledge to support our scholarship recipients throughout the entire education process. This promise is guaranteed educational security; including school supplies, uniforms, basic medical care and food.
In communities completely devastated by natural disaster, KarmaFlights is offering hope to the hopeless. Those that had everything taken can now strive towards their dreams, knowing we are there for them every step along the way to success.
Currently, KarmaFlights is supporting 40 students in Arnakot region in Baglung and 25 students in Rukum Maikot in West Nepal. Many thanks to our partners Action Autonomie Avenir (France) and Maya Foundation (The Netherlands) for supporting the scholarship program.
With your help, we can reach many more needy children through this life-changing scholarship program. Consider a monthly or annual donation, and be rest assured that you are providing security, hope and opportunity to a deserving child.
Change a Life Today
Consider supporting the Kinship Scholarship program by donating monthly or annually to sponsor one of the children in our program for a minimum of three years (US $1095; equivalent to $1 a day).
Your sponsorship has a lasting impact on our program participants:
$30USD will support a primary-school child for one month
$50USD will support a secondary-school child for one month
$100USD will support a university or professional trade program for one month
$360USD will support a primary-school child for one full year
$600USD will support a secondary-school child for one year
$1200USD will support a university or professional trade program for one year
$5,400 will support a child on, average, throughout her entire education