The simple idea of giving back to the community we left behind.

Familiarize yourself with our project and the children along with others we have been helping out in our communities we've left behind by signing up for email newsletter.  We urge you to talk to us and write to us and find out how you can help in many ways possible.  Let's work together to bring smile to the kids.

Many ways you can help this project

VOLUNTEER

We will never run short of work to be done, so if you have some extra time on your hands and talents to share, please contact us and we’ll get you helping.

SPREAD LOVE

Please help us share our message with the world! Go like our page on Facebook and share it with your group of friends. Share and spread the message.

DONATE ONLINE

Provide a one time or monthly donation to our current projects & 100% of fund goes directly to the kids.  Click here to give donation to the project.

USE HASHTAG: #POCKETMONEYPROJECT on all Social Media platforms to show support.


Pocket Money Project is powered by friends to empower children in exile communities

 

Pocket Money Project promotes economic independence for some of the under privileged kids at Tibetan Children Village school in upper Dharamsala, India by providing a network of additional financial assistance to help them thrive in their school life. This project is also committed to find ways to help the needed "pockets" in the exile community.

Your contribution of any amount helps because the money goes directly into their pockets, which they get to spend on themselves. There are many ways to get involved into helping with building community of friends to help as many children in the exile community as possible. With your help we can make this project greater and possibly expand throughout our scattered communities.

 

Past Events:

Above: Working with the students in Tibetan communities to get them interested and being involved, educated on the possibilities of helping others. 

Above: Working with the students in Tibetan communities to get them interested and being involved, educated on the possibilities of helping others.