Himalayan Trust

Himalayan Trust

@Himalayan_Trust

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Founded by Sir Edmund Hillary in 1960. We help bring education, health care and safe water to communities in the Everest region of Nepal.

New Zealand
Joined on May 19, 2011
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109. in country New Zealand and category NGO

193. in country New Zealand and category Society

846. in country New Zealand

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As of 9 April 2020, Nepal has nine confirmed cases of COVID-19 including one case of community transmission. There are no confirmed cases in the Solukhumbu District (Everest region) yet. The Himal... Read more: https://t.co/WAwPZ2GrgX

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Thank you to everyone taking part in the Summit Challenge to climb the height of Everest over the month of March! Your fundraising is helping more children get an education, bringing safe water to ... Read more: https://t.co/vodApnwPBd

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We're keeping in contact with our partners and friends in Nepal so that we can respond quickly to the evolving situation with COVID-19. Below is an update from Dr Kami Temba who is the senior docto... Read more: https://t.co/gUboMoFGK1

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Join us tonight at 6pm in #Christchurch at the Rapaki Track to launch the Himalayan Trust #SummitChallenge 2020 with George and Alex Hillary - Sir Ed's grandsons. https://t.co/wVlzPYTNog

Join us tonight at 6pm in #Christchurch at the Rapaki Track to launch the Himalayan Trust #SummitChallenge 2020 with George and Alex Hillary - Sir Ed's grandsons. https://t.co/wVlzPYTNog

"Ed certainly never took himself too seriously ... he was a no-fuss sort of guy, but his work in Nepal was a pretty big deal to him. He would be thrilled to see all the positive work still taking place." https://t.co/R9GvrE9KD5

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4 sleeps until the Summit Challenge. Still time to join us! https://t.co/4LAT7rM9YQ https://t.co/M3MU0eJcXR

4 sleeps until the Summit Challenge. Still time to join us! https://t.co/4LAT7rM9YQ https://t.co/M3MU0eJcXR

We’re looking for an experienced part-time Fundraising Manager to join our small and ambitious team and lead its revenue generation programme to support the work in #Nepal. Get in touch if that sounds like you! https://t.co/YYWeTAbGHv https://t.co/amTVAZ2Don

We’re looking for an experienced part-time Fundraising Manager to join our small and ambitious team and lead its revenue generation programme to support the work in #Nepal. Get in touch if that sounds like you! https://t.co/YYWeTAbGHv https://t.co/amTVAZ2Don

Could you climb the height of #Everest in one month? This March, we #challenge you to climb 8848m for #Nepal! Join the #himalayantrustsummitchallenge now at https://t.co/DiJ7vCATGc https://t.co/wOYohhEvhK

Could you climb the height of #Everest in one month? This March, we #challenge you to climb 8848m for #Nepal! Join the #himalayantrustsummitchallenge now at https://t.co/DiJ7vCATGc https://t.co/wOYohhEvhK

Huge thanks to all took home a @KathmanduGear red panda. You helped raise $27,620 - giving the gift of education to thousands of children in Nepal. Thanks to you, talented teachers and eager students will have the resources and training they need to succeed! https://t.co/DALohqYzBr
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Huge thanks to all took home a @KathmanduGear red panda. You helped raise $27,620 - giving the gift of education to thousands of children in Nepal. Thanks to you, talented teachers and eager students will have the resources and training they need to succeed! https://t.co/DALohqYzBr

Give the red panda that gives back this Christmas thanks to Kathmandu. https://t.co/T6pxWb9CBo https://t.co/I5DXpziZML

Give the red panda that gives back this Christmas thanks to Kathmandu. https://t.co/T6pxWb9CBo https://t.co/I5DXpziZML

Nothing worth doing is ever easy...including transporting materials for a safe water system in remote Nepal! https://t.co/M0OOIgWatW
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Nothing worth doing is ever easy...including transporting materials for a safe water system in remote Nepal! https://t.co/M0OOIgWatW

“Friends are as important as achievement, ..teamwork is the one key to success and that selfishness only makes a man small. No man, on a mountain or elsewhere, gets more out of anything than he puts into it. Be great, make others great.” —Tenzing Norgay Sherpa, Tiger of the Snows https://t.co/aOPSY1GacF

“Friends are as important as achievement, ..teamwork is the one key to success and that selfishness only makes a man small. No man, on a mountain or elsewhere, gets more out of anything than he puts into it. Be great, make others great.” —Tenzing Norgay Sherpa, Tiger of the Snows https://t.co/aOPSY1GacF

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Ocean to Sky is now showing at cinemas across NZ from October 31. For the latest list of cinemas showing the film see https://t.co/w62n6OEZtp

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"As is often the case with stories about Sir Edmund Hillary, Ocean to Sky is a story encompassing innovation and adventure, loyalty and friendship, and a can-do attitude." https://t.co/c5TQKHcDTI

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Remastered Sir Ed Hillary documentary tells his 'best journey of them all' https://t.co/IYVWx8Gupp

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Great interview with Mike Dillon, Director of Ocean to Sky, with Jesse Mulligan. Tickets still available at Himalayan Trust pre-screenings in Wanaka and Clyde. Plus the movie will be on general release across NZ from Oct 31. https://t.co/dq5gAUvDFR

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World premiere of new Sir Ed documentary this Thurs at Sylvia Park Hoyts #MtWellington #Auckland. Plus Q&A with the Director and meet the expedition members. Get tickets at https://t.co/pXrnfOSbzM https://t.co/9NOpfKd2E3

World premiere of new Sir Ed documentary this Thurs at Sylvia Park Hoyts #MtWellington #Auckland. Plus Q&A with the Director and meet the expedition members. Get tickets at https://t.co/pXrnfOSbzM https://t.co/9NOpfKd2E3

Excited to announce preview screenings of the documentary Ocean to Sky about Ed Hillary’s 1977 journey up the Ganges. World premier in Auckland on 17 Oct - then Nelson, Christchurch, Wanaka and Clyde https://t.co/sPjaGNhWVm https://t.co/Esl7Y1pMez

Excited to announce preview screenings of the documentary Ocean to Sky about Ed Hillary’s 1977 journey up the Ganges. World premier in Auckland on 17 Oct - then Nelson, Christchurch, Wanaka and Clyde https://t.co/sPjaGNhWVm https://t.co/Esl7Y1pMez

Say #hello to #MāoriLanguageWeek. Better still, say ‘kia ora’! #KiaOra is the Māori equivalent for Hello, or Namaste. This informal greeting is used all over NZ, and can be used to wish someone well, thank someone, greet a friend or sign off an email. https://t.co/FzDMoHZEPm

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