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Goals an methods of the Tibetan Children’s Fund

The Tibetan Children Fund started in 2005 to help Tibetan refugees, especially children, to education, dressing, sustenance, furthering culture and protecting or reestablishing rights and freedom of the Tibetan people. As far as possible the Tibetan government-in-exile sustains all refugees. Help from others is indispensable!

We try to give the child refugees a chance for good education and medical care and… for three meals a day. We try to be in contact with children’s family in India, if any. We are in contact with many people in Dharamsala directly and stay informed about the situation there.

Occasionally we sustain small projects and elderly people who ask help from our physician on the spot, Dr. Tenzin Namdul.

Tibetan Children Fund is not bound up with Buddhism or any Buddhist movement. We help Tibetan refugees without discrimination.

How TCF works

We are in contact with people on the site who know the situations of the children and/or their families. By them TCF gets requests for support. Then the situation of the child or family is investigated. Always it’s about very urgent circumstances, with no other possibilities to get money. Because of the numbers of children and because of circumstances there we often get requests for support. We deal carefully. Our intermediary Dr. Tenzin Namdul, member of our board, advises about giving support and what kind of support is useful.

Read more: How TCF works

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