POSSIBLE WORLDS FOUNDATION INC.
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The primary mission of Possible Worlds Foundation is to free children from poverty and exploitation by providing education, basic housing, nutritious food and medical care in a safe and nurturing environment. Currently we support 140+ young...
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AboutThe primary mission of Possible Worlds Foundation is to free children from poverty and exploitation by providing education, basic housing, nutritious food and medical care in a safe and nurturing environment.
Currently we support 140+ young girls and boys in Nepal - orphaned, abandoned or rescued from child slavery. We are proud to support the reuniting of siblings, ensuring the togetherness of over 60 sisters and brothers to date.
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October 31, 2017
“ What it Takes to be Extraordinary ”
With freedom and a chance to dream... Leaders are born. View our work first hand in an inspirational documentary trailer featuring the children we support in Nepal. https://vimeo.com/166242690 Read more »
“ Possible Worlds supports impoverished children in Nepal ”
We are excited to share "What it Takes to be Extraordinary" a documentary about the very children that POSSIBLE WORLDS Foundation supports. Nepal is a difficult place to be a child. The people of Nepal have endured decades of political instability and thousands of... Read more »
July 29, 2014
Our little miracle Hope Angel was welcomed into our family at just 12 weeks of age and has just been fitted with her first prosthetics!!! Hope's journey to join our family in Nepal was difficult having suffered at the hand of cruelty in having both of her feet cut off by a mentally ill... Read more »
July 24, 2014
MEET OUR NEWEST CHILD A few months ago our newest son Hematha was welcomed into our NOH family with open arms!! Hem’s arrival, however, took some interesting turns..... Hem’s older brother Tilak was one of 12 children we rescued from a miserable home about 7... Read more »