Welcome Tashi Delek
Tibet House Trust is the UK registered charity, inaugurated in 1994 by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the patron of the Trust. Its purpose is to preserve the distinct Tibetan culture, identity and enable the Tibetan to attain a sustainable life in exile while working for an eventual return to their homeland.
2018 marks the 24th Anniversary year of its founding. During the past two and half decades, Tibet House Trust has been one of the primary funding organisations to deliver the education, health, culture, community and economic development programs, serving more than 120,000 Tibetan refugees living in India, Nepal and Bhutan.
This was possible only due to the financial support from all our donors and well-wishers. We take this opportunity to thank all our donors and well-wishers for their continued generosity and support towards our programs.
Sponsorship - How You Can Help
MONKS / NUNS
The Chinese government made life for monks and nuns very hard by imposing restrictions and political re-educations in the monasteries. They were forced to leave the monasteries and many escaped into India
Find out more about sponsoring monks/ nuns:
Situated in Dharamsala, India, the Department of Education provides support for the educational and welfare needs of thousands of Tibetan refugee students in 80 Tibetan Schools in India, Nepal and Bhutan
Find out more about sponsoring a child:
There are increasing number of destitute/poor old people who have no family support because they have no children or relatives. They are usually helped by their neighbours as much as possible
Find out more about sponsoring senior citizens:
Children With Special Needs
The Ngoenga School, one of the first schools for disabled Tibetan children, was established in 2000 at the urging of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. The school has grown into a unique place of safety and stimulation
Find out more about sponsoring a child with special needs:
- Tibet House Trust, London hosts virtual training for advocacy and campaigning capacity building
21 trainees representing project partners and stakeholders from India, staffs from Office of Tibet, London, Belgium, Switzerland working on human rights issues, attended