Welcome to TLC NEPAL!
The organization ‘TLC’ was set up to help match volunteers with our projects working with children in our orphanage in Pokhara, Nepal. TLC facilitates services not only in Pokhara and the surrounding villages but also in the Kaski, Tanahu, Baglung,and Syangja districts of Nepal.
In order to facilitate our work with some of the most needy children in Nepal, The Love Company desperately needs volunteers from all over the world to help with our projects, spend time with our children and themselves have a ‘once in a lifetime’ experience.
The Love Company offers an excellent, safe and friendly environment to stay and work in villages, getting to know the real Nepal. The satisfaction of our volunteers is always foremost in every project we run.
Why Choose The Love Company?
We think that our volunteer programs are unique compared to others. We believe that we provide a premier service that is transparent, cost effective, personal and flexible, making us different from other volunteer organizations. We are not affiliated with any volunteer organizations nor do we receive any government or charitable funding, meaning we are currently entirely dependent on the help of volunteers.
TLC believes that progress is impossible without change; and exchanging the knowledge is the best way of developing our nation. We can learn from our volunteers just as they can learn a lot from us about our traditions and culture.
The Love Company focus on all activities like social, cultural analysis, traditional resources, child care, Nepali music, teaching basic hygiene, teaching English language, teaching gardening etc. If any volunteers wish to help in any other way, we will be very happy to facilitate this.
For more information on our projects please visit Projects.
Founding The Love Company
Whilst still at school, Krishna Pokhrel ‘Padam’ was advised by his American volunteer teacher that he saw him helping the children and poor people of Nepal in the future.
True to this prophecy, Krishna was himself became a volunteer teacher in a high school for two years, firm in his belief that all children are entitled to an education. During this time he gained increasing knowledge and skills to be able to help others.
After his two years volunteering and teaching in high school he became a trekking guide. During his treks he visited very remote villages and poor families of Nepal who have no clean drinking water, where many children get sick because of very poor personal hygiene. Many of these children had no opportunity to go to school.
So, keeping all these things in mind, Krishna set up The Love Company and the Innocent Children’s Home which currently looks after 9 children. Now he is trying to build on this success by providing even more children with food, shelter, medical care and schooling through his efforts with The Love Company.
‘TOUCH THE HEART OF NEPAL AND NEPALI PEOPLE BY SERVING AND VISITING.’