All posts by: "Kevin Cason"

  1. Rachel’s Nuwakot Journal

    The following are a collection of pictures and a journal entry composed by our wonderful Shenpen volunteer, Rachel Fiona. Thank you, Rachel, for all your kindness and hard work!   “We departed from Kathmandu at 7.00 that morning. It didn’t take too long before we left the urban landscape behind…

  2. Timuri, Rasuwa Relief Project

                On August 7th, 2015, a team of monks and volunteers left Ka-Nying Shedrub Ling monastery in Boudhanath, KTM loaded with earthquake relief supplies destined for the Timuri/Sertang villages in the Rasuwa District of Nepal. The families of Timuri/Sertang have lacked adequate shelter since the…

  3. Jorpati Yolmo Refugee Project

    August 25th, 2015 – Although many of our Shenpen relief efforts are directed toward benefitting communities in remote areas, in some tragic cases the damage caused to large areas of land has forced entire communities to seek shelter within the Kathmandu valley. One such community has recently moved to Jorpati,…

  4. Lokhim VDC, Solukhumbu District Earthquake Relief Project

    August 20th, 2015 – Monks from Ka-Nying Shedrub Ling monastery traveled to Lokhim VDC in the Solukhumbu region loaded with supplies for temporary shelter (tarps) as well as school supplies and clothes for about 300 students. The trip generally takes about 12 hours travel time before reaching a point beyond…

  5. August 8th, 2015 in Timuri Village, Rasuwa District of Nepal – sleeping bag donation

    On August 8th, a Shenpen team of Ka-Nying Shedrub Ling monks and volunteers arrived in Timuri, in Nepal’s Rasuwa district to deliver much needed relief supplies to a very grateful community. In particular, 150 families received a gift of sleeping bags generously provided by Mr. Saraf of the Hyatt, in…

  6. Earthquake Relief – Nuwakot district, July 2015

    Here is a brief note from one of our wonderful Shenpen volunteers who recently worked together with the tireless monks of Ka-Nying Shedrup Ling monastery in Chaturalli village in Nuwakot.  This trip was made by 11 monks, 1 intrepid volunteer, and several brave drivers. Their work was supplying 50 families…