We believe in giving back to society.
Throughout the years, we've had the privilege of supporting different communities in Bhutan. We believe that the good work of the civil society organisations (CSOs) in Bhutan should be amplified. This is our humble attempt to raise funds for the various partner organisations.
If you'd like to do more for any of these organisations below, drop us an email at [email protected].
SGD10 proceeds per book will go to any of the charity or CSOs that resonates with you. Simply click on the "I support" button of the charity that you'd like to support.
Bhutan Centre for Media and Democracy believes in the power of ideas and openness to change the world. Through workshops, trainings and forums around the country, BCMD works with a cross section of society on issues that concern youth, culture, environment, society, governance and education. Activities inspire more engaged, news literate citizens to expand public discussion and tackle disinformation through civil conversations in an evolving democracy. BCMD produces media content including The Druk Journal, a leading journal of thoughts and ideas.
Bhutan Toilet Organization aspires to make clean and safe toilet accessible for all and inspire behavioral change by building public awareness and citizen volunteerism. Some of the initiatives include education, introducing disability-friendly toilets, promoting inclusive public facilities and support the growth of sanitation-related social entrepreneurship.
Gyalyum Charitable Trust is an initiative by Queen Mother Sangay Choden Wangchuck established in January 12, 2016 to serve the disadvantaged and marginalised segments of the society. There are five organisations under the Trust that benefits the vulnerable women, youths, artisans, and monks.
Jurwa (The Change) is a ground-up initiative and support group for recovering alcoholics and addicts. Its activities include outreach engagements, motivational talks, group discussions, referral to detox and rehab centres, as well as participating in Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) activities internationally.
Khedrup Foundation is a charity works towards aiding the propagation of Buddha Dharma and the continuity of the glorious Longchen Nyigthig Lineage through various projects and initiatives. Some of the projects include maintaining a Buddhist Academy, monastery, as well as conducting meditation and Buddhist trainings for lay people.
RSPCA is a civil service organisation established under the royal patronage of Queen Mother Tshering Yangdon Wangchuck. RSPCA aims to ensure the welfare of all animals in Bhutan through education about the plight of animals. For 18 years, RSPCA Bhutan works tirelessly towards a better future for the stray dogs in Bhutan.
The T project is Singapore’s first and only social service for the transgender community. This independent community initiative was set up by Miss June Chua and her late sister Miss Alicia Chua in 2014. Their shelter program provides referral support to their residents to meet their employment, social, healthcare and emotional needs. They hope that with a safe, rent-free place to stay, the residents will have stability and a sense of permanency in their lives to better plan for their future.
Jemcocktails is a bespoke cocktail brand that aims to bring the love and fun of cocktails to the world. With humble beginnings in the covid period, Jem believes in using his cocktails ultimately to do good for the community that he lives and works in.
Tarayana Foundation believes in maximizing happiness and harmony among all Bhutanese people by providing opportunities for life improvement to the vulnerable communities in Bhutan. By helping these community members learn and integrate new skills, Tarayana Foundation promotes self-empowerment and the importance of serving each other.
Voluntary Artists Studio, Thimphu, popularly known as VAST was set up in 1998 by a group of professional artists as a not-for-profit organisation with the primary aim to provide an opportunity to the Bhutanese youth to participate and develop their potential artistic talents especially in contemporary art, develop a sense of social responsibility through community services and also to explore art as a vocation.
Visual Artists studio of Trashi Yangtse is a non-profit community based contemporary art centre at Trashi Yangtse. It is set up in 2012 with the aim to inspire youths in creating a creative community through artistic expression and appreciation.
The centre engages youth through various art enrichment activities such as free art classes, art camps, art exhibitions and community outreach programs in Eastern Bhutan.
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