The Lotus Family is a home for a maximum of 14 children: (half) orphans, former street children, and foundlings with a special focus on ex-glue sniffers, an extra vulnerable group. The driving forces behind the family are Iman and Bini Lama, who also live in the home. The home is run like a big, happy family.
The Lotus Family Foundation Nepal is officially registered with the District Administration Office, Kathmandu, Nepal under number 335. The Lotus Family Foundation Nepal is:
- non profit
- non gouvernement
- with a special focus on the glue-sniffing children, who are the most vulnerable.
The 2015 earthquakes have not damaged the Lotus Family Foundation Nepal building. It is a sturdy building that was once built by a German. But that does not mean that the organization can do without help. The Lotus Family Foundation Nepal can only do its good works with the help of outsiders. As of 2015, 4 Smiling Faces is one of them.
With our support of the Lotus Family Foundation, 4 Smiling Faces contributes to the realization of the United Nations (UN) SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals).
|1||Snack, just because we can||
1 per child (for 125 children)
1 glass per child (for 125 children)
New formal and informal schooluniform and shoes
|4||Set of new clothes and shoes||
Because tidying up gives more space to children.
Because in times of Corona education will be done online.
Anual supply of hygiene materials, panties, bra’s, asperines and other girl things, so that they never ever have to do without.