Kayakers Access Fund
Through kind donations of equipment and time we have been able to develop an access fund that supports the growth, at grass roots level, of kayakers across India, Nepal and Bhutan. Allowing access to skills, knowledge and resources at an international level. We are forever indebted to the Baird-Parker family, G.Lockyer, friends and colleagues at Canalside centre, UK. Whose faith and support in the early stages of developing the Access Fund was instrumental and is a lasting legacy.
To promote an international quality of training
To provide scholarship for kayakers to undertake international competition and training
To provide sustainable personal development
To work in promoting kayak sport across the Himalayas
Kayakers Access Fund runs across India, Nepal and Bhutan
Kayakers Access Fund is a not for profit fund
How you can help
Donation of equipment
Donation of time
How Kayakers Access Fund is financed – we accept donations and all money from our hire fleet to tourist paddlers is returned to the fund.
To apply for a scholarship/financial place please email – firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mandala Organization
Nepal has been seriously devastated by the recent earthquake. More than 8,000 people have died, thousands more are injured, and countless more are displaced and unaccounted. Many homes, temples, public monuments and resident buildings, have been destroyed throughout the affected areas. For the Nepal earthquake victims, we The Mandala Organization is continuing to raise funds for long term rebuilding process of Nepal. With this funds, we plan to build more than 200 earthquake PROOF houses and schools in the affected areas of Sindhupalchwok as soon as possible.