a Head start for the

NEW GENERATION

Sherpa Adventure Gear Fund

The Sherpa Adventure Gear Fund provides a brighter future to the children of Nepal through empowerment and education. In Nepal many children grow up in remote mountain villages, deprived of basic education. The Sherpa Adventure Gear Fund's mission is to help the next generation find their way to a brighter future.

EVERY GARMENT SOLD MATTERS

For every product we sell worldwide, no matter the size or cost, a 25 cent donation is made to grant scholarships, build schools and provide safer living conditions for the children of Nepal.

26 STUDENTS

HONORING OUR COMMITMENT

So far, we have provided 26 children educational scholarships, from elementary school through high school and college, and it grows every year. By doing this we honor the dreams of our elders to make a better world.

what your purchase supports

Tuition

An average of $485 per year covers all tuition costs for each student.

Extracurricular Activities

$474 per student goes toward after school games, activities, tutoring and computer use, on average.

Food and Lodging

Lodging and food costs an average of $1,445 per year, per student.

guiding our children through education

Building a clear path to opportunity and achievement of their dreams

I want to become a social worker and help everyone around
me.
Jigmay Kusang Sherpa
I like to help others and ease their pain. So, I will become a
doctor.
Fura Chamji Sherpa
Biology and the sciences come naturally to me. My aim is to become a surgeon one day. Penzum Sherpa
I want to become a pilot, earn money and support my family. Tenzing Chhosang Sherpa
My aim is to become a good teacher who can inspire her students. Mingma Doka Sherpa
I believe the most humane thing to do is help someone in need. That’s why I want to graduate as a doctor. Shrija Rijal
My aim is to become a swimmer - because swimming makes me happy. Tashi Futi Sherpa
My favorite person in the world is my grandfather. He has always encourage me and been there for me in my good times and bad times. Shristi Singh
Now I get happy when I see my parents. In the future - I will become a doctor, take care of my parents and they will be happy to see me. Da Doma Sherpa
I love Messy. He inspires me. In school, I play as a goal keeper and never let my opponents score. Bishesh Budhathoki
I love sharing knowledge with my friends and helping others in their work and learning new things. That’s why I want to become a social work. Palden Jangmu Sherpa
Playing football with my friends has inspired me to pursue a football career. Phurba Chheten Sherpa