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Active Hearts Projects
We are a grass roots international charity based in Aotearoa / New Zealand.
Our focus lies in remote Himalayan villages and impoverished areas of Kathmandu Valley in Nepal
We facilitate community wellbeing projects for children prioritising health and education. We also provide humanitarian aid and assistance to various orphanages and homeless shelters that specifically assist those with mental and physical disabilities.
Every cent you donate goes to those in need.Learn more
Tribhuvan Secondary School Library
Tribhuvan Secondary School is located in Kispang rural municipality, Ward no 5 in Nuwakot district, Nepal.
It is in a rural part of the district approximately 24km north west of Bidur the district headquarters
The school’s main objective is to provide quality education free of cost
Watch the Active Hearts Foundation documentary
Beautifully filmed in 2019 by the amazing Jd and Jacob from Producinators
The 20min documentary shares our story from the very beginnings, through the 2015 Nepal Earthquakes and the vision for the future. Meet the Active Hearts Foundation team and spend time in the Himalayan villages and with Nepali people and children that call them home.
Join Us in Nepal on a Charity Trek!
Ganesh Himal Trek Nov 2019
In November 2019 a team of 12 foreigners and 46 Nepali staff returned to the amazing Nuwakot district beneath majestic Ganesh Himal once again to visit our completed projects and open our latest library project located in Salme school, Salme village, Kispang, Nuwakot.
This beautiful school and village was host to our 2018 Charity Trek group as we hiked through the region. This area was hit by the 2015 Earthquakes very heavily and after discussion with the school officials in 2018 Dan and Arjun decided to help rebuild a brand new library/classroom facility for Salme school. The project was opened November 15th 2019 with an awesome celebration by the local school children and community. The 10 wonderful guests from New Zealand and America on the 2019 Charity Trek had helped fund the new library. They were guests of honor at the opening celebrations beneath majestic Ganesh Himal it was a very special day.
Ganesh Himal Trek Nov 2018
During the month of November 2018 an international team of Active Hearts volunteers from New Zealand, the United States, Australia and Nepal trekked beneath the majestic Ganesh Himal range. Hiking far from the tourist trails deep into these remote communities, led by the wonderful people that call them home, an adventure unlike no other was had.
We then completed eight-days trekking self-contained camping out beneath the Himalaya with our team of 40 local support staff. The views were incredible, the organic feasts they prepared were amazing but the local communities we spent time with was the highlight.
Our Mission is to facilitate projects in Nepal prioritising community, health, and education outcomes.
The main beneficiaries of anything Active Hearts does is children. Whether we are building a school library, sponsoring an orphanage or homeless shelter, suppling pre/post natal equipment for a medical clinic or working on a new irrigation system…
The point of our projects is to better the health and education outcomes of the children.
After all, children are the world’s most valuable resource x
The Active Hearts Foundation was founded by a group of expedition guides from New Zealand and Nepal. For many years they have led expeditions through some of the most spectacular locations in the world. Active Hearts Foundation begun as a way to give back to the communities they love, live and work in.
Join the Hearts Team
Would you like to be part of the Active Hearts team and join us on a charity trek in Nepal? Or perhaps you or your school would like to start a fundraiser for a Hearts project. Or maybe you have some items or creations that may be beneficial to the villages and schools we work with. Click below to find you how you can help
We are a small international family that have a mutual desire to see the children of rural Nepal have greater access to education and health. Contact us with any questions and to speak with the team, Namaste