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TRIFC 'Decade of Difference' Dinner Event raises $30,000!!!

Thank you to all of our donors, supporters, friends and family who helped us raise a record amount of funding in support of our projects and programs helping children and adults with disabilities in Nepal!

What a lovely evening, meaningful program, great venue & food! So many people commented on what a nice, warm group of people have come together in support of people in Nepal with disabilities through TRIFC.

ADSoN Executive Director (ADSoN is our implementing partner in Nepal), Ms. Nirmala Gyawali and TRIFC President, Rob Rose spoke together about TRIFC's pilot holistic program for blind/visually-impaired education, Diane Tebelius spoke about the trip to Nepal with TRIFC which changed her life and is changing the life of her sponsored student- Chunni Maya, Rose Stevens gave an exciting update on our sanitary protection kit program and Carey Rose, emcee extraordinaire spoke about the 'value' of a contribution to TRIFC.

All-in-all, a huge success! Something that we can build upon in our next 'decade of difference'...envisioning and enacting programs that will transform lives and futures forever!
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TRIFC Decade of Difference Dinner Event raises $30,000!!!

Thank you to all of our donors, supporters, friends and family who helped us raise a record amount of funding in support of our projects and programs helping children and adults with disabilities in Nepal!

What a lovely evening, meaningful program, great venue & food! So many people commented on what a nice, warm group of people have come together in support of people in Nepal with disabilities through TRIFC.  

ADSoN Executive Director (ADSoN is our implementing partner in Nepal), Ms. Nirmala Gyawali and TRIFC President, Rob Rose spoke together about TRIFCs pilot holistic program for blind/visually-impaired education, Diane Tebelius spoke about the trip to Nepal with TRIFC which changed her life and is changing the life of her sponsored student- Chunni Maya, Rose Stevens gave an exciting update on our sanitary protection kit program and Carey Rose, emcee extraordinaire spoke about the value of a contribution to TRIFC.

All-in-all, a huge success!  Something that we can build upon in our next decade of difference...envisioning and enacting programs that will transform lives and futures forever!

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Pawan RoyThat was indeed a fantastic job done by TRIFC, USA. All the very best for what you are coming up.

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Bellevue Rotary's Youth Exchange Student from Nepal (and TRIFC's sponsored student) - Seema at the Rotary District 5030 Youth Exchange orientation weekend at Ocean Shores! Youth Exchange students from Chile, Thailand, France and Brazil joined with Seema for a fun, international weekend!
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Bellevue Rotarys Youth Exchange Student from Nepal (and TRIFCs sponsored student) - Seema at the Rotary District 5030 Youth Exchange orientation weekend at Ocean Shores!  Youth Exchange students from Chile, Thailand, France and Brazil joined with Seema for a fun, international weekend!

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Fun and Games with Seema Tamang!
Our Rotary Youth Exchange student and TRIFC sponsored student, Ms. Seema Tamang has been active in and around the Bellevue area the past several weeks. She’s had swimming lessons from Brittany, went to a Seattle Mariner baseball game, played UNO card games with Matt Camrud’s family and visited Lake Sammamish State Park. We’ve been to the Bellevue Family YMCA several times and she’s enjoyed exercising on the treadmill and stationary bicycle & playing basketball!
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Fun and Games with Seema Tamang!
Our Rotary Youth Exchange student and TRIFC sponsored student, Ms. Seema Tamang has been active in and around the Bellevue area the past several weeks.  She’s had swimming lessons from Brittany, went to a Seattle Mariner baseball game, played UNO card games with Matt Camrud’s family and visited Lake Sammamish State Park.  We’ve been to the Bellevue Family YMCA several times and she’s enjoyed exercising on the treadmill and stationary bicycle & playing basketball!