To help people of developing countries help themselves through education and grassroots programs, while providing an opportunity for students in the United States to learn about global issues and experience the joy of helping others.
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Fall Party -- September 7, 2013
This year Namlo's Fall Celebration is in a spectacular Tuscan villa in Castle Pines Village. Join us for great food and wines, live music, shopping, live auction, program updates and a great time. Click HERE for the invitation and the RSVP.
ADDITIONAL MATCHING GRANT!!!!
Thanks to your tremendous response to the matching challenge grant from The Benito & Frances C. Gaguine Foundation, we are delighted being able to announce that we exceeded the previous challenge and they have offered again to match your donations up to $25,000. If you did not have a chance to stretch your contributions through their earlier Matching Grant, now you have another great opportunity for your donations to go twice as far!!
New business partnership for Namlo
La Fuente Imports has generously pledged to donate 5% of all proceeds. Learn more.
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Namlo receives award from Rocky Mountain Friends of Nepal
On the occasion of the Nepali New Year 2067, Namlo International was honored by the Rocky Mountain Friends of Nepal, a local organization that includes over 1000 members.
Magda and Hugh were invited to attend their annual cultural event where Dr Shankar P. Sharma,
Ambassador of Nepal from Washington, D.C. presented Magda the award in
" recognition and appreciation of Namlo's dedication and philanthropic work in the education sector to the underdeveloped areas of Nepal."
Namlo is truly honored to be recognized by our Nepali friends and we are committed to continuing our efforts to improve lives through education.
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Namlo's First Community Reaches Self-Sufficiency
Namlo was founded, in 1999, with the goal of bringing education and self sustainable community development to remote areas of the world. Our commitment to these remote communities is to facilitate self-sufficiency through education and sustainable community development, while respecting the culture of the community.
Namlo partners with a community for a specified number of years, during this time engaging community members in programs that are sustainable, individualized, and comprehensive. It is the goal that after their time partnering with Namlo these communities will reach self-sufficiency. We are happy to report that Yarmasing, Nepal, the first community with which Namlo partnered, has now reached their goal of self-sufficiency.
Namlo included in book by Peter Singer!!
Peter Singer is the Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics in the University Center for Human Values at Princeton University. He has written a new book entitled "The Life You Can Save", which discusses extreme poverty and how we can all be part of the solution and he has included Namlo's work. Please check the book website:www.thelifeyoucansave.com.
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