Thank you to the William’s family

Buddha Children Health Foundation and Caring Hearts and Creative Hands charities by donating their daughters clothes which she had outgrown.  At the age of 8 Erin, Jane’s daughter came up with the idea of a fundraiser for school shoes for children who are in need. 


The school which she attends allowed her to collect shoes from her schoolmates on the last day of term.  Instead of donating money for wearing their non-uniform children brought in their shoes to give to children in developing countries.  Without black school shoes children in Uganda and Nepal are not allowed to attend school.


Following this Fund raising activity, for her 9th birthday party, Erin requested gifts as donation for children rather than for herself.



Lord Buddha Children Health Foundation and Caring Hearts and Creative Hands are the recipients of these kind donations.


Once travel resumes, Lynsey and Dr Sumita will transport the goods to Nepal & Uganda.


We would like to thank Erin, Jane and Aubrey for the donations, your kindness and hard work towards helping others will not be in vain.


Lynsey Storer 

Director of Caring Heart & Creative Hands


Dr Sumita R L Singh

Director of Lord Buddha Children Health Foundation

nepal powerpoint 2018 to share

Lynsey Storer blessed by a Sadhu

Fundraising Arts Event at Taragaon Museum

Sirjana Art College, Lynsey Storer and LBCHF

LBCHF Founder Dr Sumita Singh alongside Sirjana Art Colleg, arranged an arts event incorporating art, music, dance and dinner.  An exhibition called East Meets West was installed in the Gallery at Taragaon Museum by UK artit’s Lynsey Storer. Lynsey Storer, Head of Art at Brentford School for Girls and Laxman Bhujel, Vice Principal joined with LBCHF to establish an art competition where students could participate and gain awards for 1st, 2nd, 3rd and Highly Commended places. There was a a very strong field of young artists and choosing was a very difficult task. Lynsey Storer offered her unbiased opinion as she had not taught the students, she also brought the prizes from the UK.

12th August Teej Festival

Our fundraising Teej programme proved to be a hugely fantastic event. Over 200 people attended and the food and talent peformed before us was outstanding. Thank you to all of you who attended this event and for those of you who were unfortunate and did not take part, there is always next year!

12th August 1pm - 6pm LBCHF is organising a Teej Programme at Dipankara Holiday Home to fundraise for Kopila Bari Orphanage

Kopila bari (Orphanage for girls)

Dr.Sumita RL Singh and seven highly reputed women are running and contributing their love and time to the earthquake victim orphan girls residing in an orphanage.They have manged to rescue five girls from Nepal-India border who are about to be sold to brothel in India. 

Donation from NYOP

NYOP has paid a month rent and comitted to pay a year house rent of an orphanage named "Kopila bari" where 9 earthquake victimed orphan girls are living at present.   

 Free Health Camp run by Lord Buddha Children Health Foundation in association with Nepal Youth Om Peace at Nuwakot district in Nepal.

Health Camp

Health Camp

Health Camp

Health Camp

Health Camp

Dr Sumita Singh reporting the latest news

All news is reported in the following section

Power point presentation used to educate students in the Uk

All slides are entirely focused on Nepal and situation of orphans residing in the orphanages of Nepal