From a beginning with a volunteer teaching post in 1984 at a local, non-government orphanage in Kathmandu, Allan Aistrope became directly involved in the lives of disadvantaged, Nepali children…and a lifetime cause evolved. He began working with others to benefit homeless children. In very few years he established residential homes for fifty boys and girls, formed a scholarship program for orphans and destitute students and provided treatment, service and education to physically impaired children.
Rescue homeless and orphaned children and provide them the education and training necessary to self-esteem and independence. Provide blind children the opportunity for training and education. Provide treatment and education to physically impaired boys and girls. Assist impoverished orphanages and non-government programs serving the special needs of their children.
Virtue’s Children Nepal operates as an all-volunteer foundation. No funds are provided for U.S. salaries, office rent or benefits. We are a registered 501(c)(3), non-profit foundation and contributions are U.S. tax deductible.