Affiliates

All Hands Volunteers

 

All Hands Volunteers is a US-based, 501(c)3 non-profit organization that addresses the immediate and long-term needs of communities impacted by natural disasters by engaging and leveraging volunteers, partner organizations and local communities. With the aid of All Hands’ teams of volunteers, All Hands and Thrive have successfully accomplished numerous projects throughout various regions of Nepal.

 

 

Global Peace Foundation, Nepal

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The Global Peace Foundation convenes and implements development projects and conferences on grassroots peacebuilding, education, entrepreneurship, and youth leadership development. In Nepal, GPF partners with Thrive to train students in Thrive Projects’ S.P.A.R.K. program and encourage overall community sustainability.

 

HEAL Nepal

 

HEAL Nepal is a Nepali non-profit organization established in order to provide opportunities, particularly in education, health, income generation and infrastructure development for rural areas of Nepal. With the help of HEAL Nepal founder, Dr. Pasang Lama, Thrive has brought first aid education to the teachers of underserved community schools that are not able to employ a school nurse.

 

 

Lincoln School, Nepal

 

Lincoln School is a Pre-K to 12 college preparatory program that provides a dynamic, engaging, academic curriculum that places special value upon cross-cultural and community-building skills and teamwork. Thrive has been privileged to work the exceptional students and staff at Lincoln on several large-scale projects in rural schools in the district of Sindhupalchowk.

 

Service for Peace Nepal

 

Service for Peace Nepal is a non-profit organization providing services and learning opportunities through community projects, which promote transformational and sustainable personal and community development in Nepal. Together Thrive and Service for Peace Nepal have worked with the most remote communities in the Terai region of Nepal.

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