The Municipal Council of Leopoldsburg donated the sum of €2,000.This amount will be used for the new school for 110 disabled children in Kathmandu.
Thanks to Michel and Mieke Scaut for having proposed the Sukhi Home project to the town of Leopoldsburg.
Thanks to the triathlon event in Sterrebeek, organized by BAIK and Endurance Team Zaventem (ETZA), Sukhi Home received the beautiful sum of €1000.
Thanks to Yolanda Witteveen for the perfect organization, Charles Leduc who proposed the projects of Sukhi Home and thanks to all participants.
Many thanks to Carmen Sep of The Netherlands!
Carmen participated in the 35th Van Dijk Triathlon in Venendaal (The Netherlands), she successfully made it to the finish line and raked in the amount of €360.24. A fantastic achievement by this cool lady with a large heart for Nepal.
Carmen was a volunteer in Nepal in 2008 and met Johan Schots, co-worker of Sukhi Home. She sponsored an equal amount for Johan's project, Fire Fighters 4 Nepal (www.f4n.be).
Thanks to the collaboration between the theatre group “Compagnie du Coeur" and Rotary Club Namur, Sukhi Home received the tremendous amount of €7000 to the benefit of the new building for the SERC school (Special Education and Rehabilitation Center) and partially sponsored by Sukhi Home.
Thanks to Karin Blancquaert who has introduced Sukhi Home to the theater group, thanks to all actors of the ”Compagnie du Coeur”, thanks to Didier de Thysebaert, François Legrain and Jean-Michel Carlier and all members of the Rotary Club Namur.
In the context of Music for Life, the students of School “De Klare Bron” gave their support to npo Sukhi Home by preparing all kinds of homemade treats which they sold to their parents, relatives and friends. This action yielded the tremendous amount of €2,210. Heartfelt thanks to all the students! Special thanks to Pieterjan Vermassen who introduced Sukhi Home to the school’s principal.
The Municipal Council of Leopoldsburg donated the sum of €1,000.This amount will be used for the new school for 110 disabled children in Kathmandu.
Thanks to Michel and Mieke Scaut for having proposed the Sukhi Home project to the town of Leopoldsburg.
The scouts of Rotselaar organized an action for the benefit of npo Sukhi Home in collaboration with Music for Life 2016. The members were sponsored by family and friends for a big game: the construction of a village with a school. This great game yielded the sum of € 811. Thanks to all the scouts and Lara Schreurs.
Profondeville Monde sponsored the amount of €6500 to the profit of the construction of the new school for 110 disabled children in Kathmandu, SERC school.( Special Education and Rehabilitation Center).
Many thanks to André de Pierpont who proposed the project Sukhi Home to the organisation Profondeville Monde.
Thanks to the team Profondeville Monde!
Thanks to all the pupils of the Free schools in Zwevezele who have donated a grant of €1000 to Sukhi Home through a variety of actions:
Swimming Marathon, sales of homemade cakes, beverage sales, coffee break and salon de thé.
The “Cheese and Wine" action, organized by Kris van Gilbergen and Frederic De Pauw, the numerous gifts donated by their friends, family and acquaintances, have yielded the fantastic sum of € 2,632,16.
The amount shall be used for the new SERC school for 110 handicapped children in Kathmandu.
More information ABOUT THE SCHOOL SERC can be found here:
Sincere thanks to Kris and Frederic for their wonderful efforts.
Thanks to the "Support Fund 2015 for Nepal" Sukhi Home received the nice sum of € 4,200 from the university of Ghent. Thank you!!
The grade school pupils of the Harelbeke Central School organized a sponsor event with coffee and cake to the benefit of Sukhi Home.
This action yielded the nice sum of € 680.
Heartfelt thanks to Patricia Lambert (director), Katrien Lamon (who proposed the project) and Inge Dekoninck for the perfectly organized event.
Thanks to all the children for their involvement and dynamism! See photos.
The event of September 27, 2015 to the profit of Sukhi Home and organized by the shops of Eisden-Maasmechelen, yielded the sum of € 2,000.
Thanks to Marleen Broux, Yvette Wasiak, Eddy Beckers, Hilde Houben, Johan Smeets, Pepe Jeans and Martijn Joris for the perfect organization.
Special thanks to Marleen Broux who proposed the project of Sukhi Home..
Sukhi Home wishes all Villa dancers a lovely year-end. Via this channel we want to relay this message to all our dancers. This year, the Villa Dansa dancers donated € 700 to Sukhi Home, an organization that takes care of homeless orphans in Nepal. Well done!
With thanks to Tine Van Maelsake.
The book presentation by WOUTER TORFS (CEO of Schoenen Torfs) brought a full house. Wouter presented his book “Working with heart and soul”.
Sincere thanks to Wouter Torfs for his support of Sukhi Home! The proceeds of the evening gave us the handsome sum of € 2,160.
Thanks to all present, Johan Schots (organisor of the event), Peter Van Biesbroeck and Ine Geladé (Voka Leuven) for the excellent collaboration.
The action “Waffles for Nepal” yielded the sum of € 176.
With thanks to the company EOne Belgium who saw to it that loads of packages of waffles were sold for the benefit of Sukhi Home.
Special thanks to Valérie Depreeuw, Tiny Cooremans, Bo Verheyden, Ragna Tersago and Ariane Verelst for the very pleasant cooperation.
The autographed T-shirt from football player Dries Mertens gave us the fabulous sum of € 465.
With sincere thanks to the company EOne Belgium (Valérie Depreeuw, Tiny Cooremans, Bo Verheyden ,Ragna Tersago and Ariane Verelst), Ludo and Sam Kerkhofs, and to Catherine Schops who made this event happen together.
Thanks for your kind collaboration.
The autographed T-shirt from football player Kevin De Bruyne yielded the fantastic sum of € 630.
Our heartfelt thanks to the company EOne Belgium (Valérie Depreeuw, Tiny Cooremans, Bo Verheyden ,Ragna Tersagoen Ariane Verelst), Ludo and Sam Kerkhofs, and Catherine Schops for making this event possible.
Thank you for your outstanding cooperation!
Sukhi Home thanks City Life and Delimarché for the gift of € 2,888.
This action, by which 10 Eurocent were donated to Sukhi Home for each drink or sandwich sold, and whereby KBC, Citylife and Delimarché contribute to the reconstruction of a small school in Biranthi, Nepal.
More information: "Our Project" point 2.
Special thanks to Nico Lucas, Karine Swings, Gertie Lindemans, Ann Vandersteen and Dora Kalman for the outstanding cooperation.
After the earthquakes in Nepal the Ostend Film Festival and Sony Pictures Releasing decided to offer the benefit of the preview of the movie "Everest" to 'Sukhi Home' and 'Nepal Samudaya Oostende'.
Amount: € 520.
Thanks to Peter Craeymeersch and Stefanie Van de Peer (Ostend Film Festival), Christine Degroodt, Katja Hemmeryckx, Jacques Gleicher, Ariane Vandenbosch and Annelies Castermans (Sony Pictures), Ivy Goudsmit of FMDO and Johan Schots (coworker of Sukhi Home).
The magnificent birthday party, where all guests were invited to sponsor Sukhi Home, collected the beautiful amount of € 2,600.
Thanks to Renilde Rasschaert and Jean-Pierre Maes (who each blew out 70 candles) and Frans Standaert (who celebrated 75 Springs) for this wonderful gesture. Thanks to all the sponsors!
On September 26th 2015, the "Day of the Dilbekenaar" has taken place. The beautiful weather that day was partly responsible for a great success.
Thanks to Tina Tindemans and Nathalie Bulté, volunteers of Sukhi Home, who collected the nice amount of € 515 through their various activities.
The magnificent event Music4Nepal collected € 15,000 in favor of Sukhi Home.
In one of the most beautiful locations in Leuven, "Keizersberg Abbey", a fantastic concert was followed by a fine reception in the enchanting gardens of the abbey
Many thanks to Long and Bart De Ruysscher for the perfect organization and their commitment.
Thanks to the laureates, the monks of the abbey Keizersberg, the many attendees and all the sponsors who made this event possible.
Georges Dewarier and Gettie Dehasye, residents of Diepenbeek, have raised the nice amount of €12,000 thanks to their fundraising actions for npo Sukhi Home towards the reconstruction of Nepal.
(Ticketing, spaghetti dinner, Thai dinner, spontaneous sponsorship, art auctions, etc…).
The art auction alone brought in € 1,375.
Thank you Georges and Gettie and a big thank you to their many collaborators for these much appreciated efforts.
The 6th year of the Municipal School MOOI-BOS in Woluwe-Saint-Pierre collected the nice amount of € 605 for Sukhi Home. Six students having their birthdays in June chose together with their classmates to replace their birthday party with a campaign for Nepal.
Thanks to Els Tiberghien, Master Dries ,Dorothée Delvoye and all the students for their fine efforts.
The school Saint Angela in Ternat supports the Emergency Fund of Sukhi Home by donating € 289.39. Thanks to all the students!
Special thanks to Mathias Velarde who proposed the project to the school.
The primary school of the Sacred Heart Institute in Heverlee sponsors € 839.48 for the Emergency Fund, due to their "Hotdogs" action.
Thanks to all the students, Miss Nathalie Leblanc and Ann Verbeeck.
The committee "Leuven helps Nepal" donated the sum of € 1,050 to the Emergency Fund of Sukhi Home thanks to their successful action on May 30, 2015.
Thanks to Paul Thunissen, Kristof Buyninck and Myriam Reneau for their efforts.
The Municipal Council of Leopoldsburg donated the sum of € 2,000 for the Emergency Fund.
Thanks to Michel and Mieke Scaut for having proposed the project Sukhi Home to the town of Leopoldsburg.
Thanks to the city of Diepenbeek for their donation of € 1,500. This amount will be used for the Emergency Fund Sukhi Home.
Special thanks to Georges Dewarier for his presentation of our project to the city Diepenbeek.
The company IMEC in Leuven organized numerous actions with their staff and donated a sum of
€ 1,705.5 to Sukhi Home to rebuild Nepal. Thanks to all staff members of IMEC for their great contribution.
With special thanks to Ingrid De Wolf who has introduced the project.
Anne Correwyn, teacher, collected the sum of € 291.44 by selling handmade products (juggling balls, bags and books) in her school. Thanks to Anne!
On April 15, Circus OPPOST collected the nice amount of € 1,250 to the profit of Sukhi Home thanks to their great and impressive performance.
Thanks to all the children of Circus OPPOST in Haasrode.
Special thanks to Raf Tubbax, Beatrice Windels and Alex op de Weegh for presenting the project to the children.
The Nepal Day on Sunday, May 10th, 2015 at the home of the Tindemans family in Schepdaal yielded the handsome sum of € 3,909.60.
Thanks to the family Tindemans and their friends. It was a beautiful, sunny and successful event.
The Saint Jozef Institute in Betekom, donated the amount of € 6,100.54 to Sukhi Home.
Thanks to the actions of all the students and the fundraiser by Nepali students in the exchange class for non-Dutch speakers, the institute was able to make this magnificent donation to support rebuilding Nepal. THANKS!
Special thanks to Maxime and Maurice Broeckaert, who suggested the Sukhi Home project to the school principals Ms Leen Van Lommel and Mr Jan Croes.
Special thanks to Maria Van Aerschot.
Mathias and Emma Velarde collected the nice amount of € 105 for the reconstruction of Nepal.
On their own initiative, they organized a sale in their own street.
Thank you very much!
Thanks to Turkish Airlines for sponsoring 2 flight tickets (Brussels/Kathmandu) to the profit of the Sukhi Home team.
Many thanks to Odette Swinnen!!
Many thanks to all the pupils of Klavertje Vier for their contribution of € 3,461.06 gained during their sponsor day. Thanks to Kristel Lehnen for introducing the project to the board of directors of the school.
The sponsor day organized by the pupils yielded a revenue of € 5,630.
With thanks to all the pupils and to Ellen Stéphani and Bieke Santermans for their contribution.
The Lent action organized by the pupils of the school De Hazensprong in Haasrode yielded € 1,012350.
With thanks to all the pupils and Bea Augustijns for making this day happen.
The pupils of the Free Elementary school De Ark in Kessel-Lo collected the nice sum of € 7,000 thanks to their sponsored sports day.
Thanks to all pupils and to Sander Van de Poel and Walter Op ‘t Roodt for making this beautiful day happen.
On Friday 6th of March 2015, Pol Goossen (Frank from the Flemish soap opera ‘Thuis’) performed his lecture ‘Koningswens’ at STUK in Louvain.
About joy and fear, worries and wishes, humor and emotion.
A story that intrigues, moves and calls for reflection.
The profit (€ 600) goes to the Nepalese street children and orphans of the Belgian Sukhi Home in Kathmandu, Nepal.
Once again thanks to Pol Goossen and Liliane for the very pleasant lecture accompanied by wonderful violin music.
Sukhi Home was honored to receive a check of € 5,000 donated by the SPIE Society. This money will be allocated for the needs of street children and orphans in Nepal.
With thanks to SPIE and Mr Johan Dekempe.
After having won the preliminary rounds with the highest score ever against Arnaut Hauben, Wim Willaert and Jelle De Beule (strong opponents to say the least), Ihsane Chioua Lekhli, presenter of 'The Seventh Day' has also won the enormously thrilling final of the 'Quiz of the Year' for the benefit of Sukhi Home.
Many heartfelt thanks, Ihsane!
Thanks to you, Sukhi Home and the Nepalese children are another step closer to a new home
189 visitors had the pleasure to taste the Nepalese Dhal-Bat dish and the delicious desserts prepared by numerous Sukhi Home volunteers.
A € 1,500 check, donated by KBC, was presented by Ms. Karine Swings, for which thanks!
And a heartfelt thanks to all the volunteers and contributors who helped to make this a successful event.
The kindergarten and primary school in Egenhoven collected the nice sum of € 757.44 during their Lent action. Thanks to all the children and Yvette Aerts for the introduction of Sukhi Home to the school.
In cooperation with Music for Life, the Nepalese festival was a great success.
Visitors enjoyed Nepalese dance and snacks, lots of activities for the children and had the opportunity to purchase Nepalese handicrafts.
The revenue of € 14,000 will be used to benefit Nepalese street children and orphans.
With thanks to Sander Van de Poel and Walter Op ‘t Roodt for allowing us the free use of the location De Ark, and thanks to the 80 volunteers who made this a more than successful event.
Nepal, a country of extremes at the foot of the Mount Everest, Buddhist stupa’s, Hindu shrines, overwhelming nature, thousands of temples and high mountain peaks.
Nepal is the country for people who want to immerse themselves in different cultures, for those who seek to challenge their limits at mountaineering and other extreme sports and for those who aim to find ultimate inner peace
Street children form a ‘unique’ group that is mainly deprived from parental love, care and understanding. Starting from their early youth, these children are left to their faith and in the very literal sense of the word ‘thrown in the street’.