Since June this year, Umbrella has been involved in the rescue and reintegration of children from an abusive and poorly run orphanage in one of Nepal’s main tourist districts. This… More »
In 2006, the Central Child Welfare Board closed down a unregistered children’s home in Dallu and placed Rajan* in Umbrella’s care, along with his caretaker Rabin. Rajan was originally a… More »
At Umbrella, we are delighted to be able to talk about our new project, the Chautari Youth Centre (CYC). But first, we want to give a huge, huge thank you… More »
Have a read of our latest newsletter to see the activities and achievements of the past few months! Click here to read it.
A very special Dashain for brothers Lokendra and Rajesh after they were reunited with their little sister Soni after eight years of separation.
Festival season has come and gone and now the cold of winter is setting in! In August, the girls and female staff celebrated Teej – where the day was spent… More »
A landmark year for Umbrella, as 5 of the children achieved Distinction marks in their School Leaving Certificate and 2 students were given a special award for their outstanding results…. More »
This year the annual ‘Ring of Kerry’ cycle for Umbrella is migrating east to Wicklow! This unique fundraising event takes place over one day where participants take part in a… More »
“Dearest friends and supporters of The Umbrella Foundation, It was with tears in my eyes that I arrived to Annapurna House in Swayambhu, Kathmandu last week to be greeted by… More »
After 2 months of waiting, the results of School Leaving Certificate (SLC) finally came in mid June. And boy, were they good! Passing the SLC is no easy task with… More »
The Dublin Women’s Mini Marathon took place on a glorious afternoon on June 2nd this year. A huge thank you to Ciara for organising the Umbrella MiniMarathoners Team and of… More »
Approaching his graduation from our youth program (NSYEP) and leaving the formal care of Umbrella, Shiva decided to write and share his story. A window into the life of a… More »