You are invited to our Annual Dinner Presentation and Fundraiser celebrating our 10th year of Making a Difference in the lives of children and adults with disabilities in Nepal.
Help us celebrate TRIFC’s tenth anniversary by attending this year’s gala dinner event. This is our major fundraiser for the year, with proceeds from the $130 ticket price and additional donations going directly to help children and adults in Nepal! This event allows us to highlight projects which are making a huge difference for children and adults with disabilities in Nepal, especially in the areas of education, health and empowerment.
We’re proud of the impact we’ve achieved over the past ten years, and we owe our success to supporters and donors like you! We’ve set a goal of raising $25,000 at this year’s event and will need your help to make it happen.
We are expecting to have a full-house of attendees at Tam o’Shanter Golf and Country Club. Great food and wine, warm friendship and inspiring stories will be in store for the evening.
We will be welcoming back Ms. Nirmala Gyawali, Executive Director of our partner organization, the Ability Development Society of Nepal (ADSoN) who will speak about our positive impact for people with disabilities in Nepal.
Please join Rob, Gina and the TRIFC Board of Directors on September 17th. Consider bringing a few friends or relatives to help us grow our organization and impact.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Omeleto What a nice gift to receive this video from friends Chuck and Joyce Doland! I would like to share it with our TRIFC group...please watch this through to the end though...it's worth it! - Rob Rose ... See MoreSee Less
Disney offered a job to the student that created this animation. After watching it, I can see why at 0:54...
(Via Jacob Frey/The Present)
Congratulations to everyone associated with this 'groundbreaking' project that will enable children and adults with and without disabilities to enjoy an accessible, inclusive playground in Bellevue, Washington, USA. This is truly, "Play for All"!
Look for ribbon cutting on the new playground by July 4th, 2017.
The concept for this playground grew out of experiences in Nepal where we found that when our adult volunteers interacted with children with disabilities, their perception about disability changed dramatically within minutes. After initial feelings of pity, within 30 minutes of playing together the volunteers would completely forget about the disability and were focussed on the individual and the capabilities of the child they were interacting with.
The playground was a partner project between Bellevue Rotary Club and the City of Bellevue. Funding came from a combination of Rotary club fundraising, foundation grants, government grants and individual contributions. ... See MoreSee Less