What We Do

The Gurung (Tamu) Society is registered as a non-profit 501(C)(3) organization in the state of New York. Since its inception in 2001, it has been focusing on the following three types of projects and activities:

I. Membership Services in NY Tri-State areas

  • Education and Youth Programs
  • Immigration and Legal Workshops
  • Cultural Heritage and Social Activities
  • Help and support each other at difficult times

II. Nepal Projects

  • Tangting Education Project – Teachers training and annual financial support
  • Hamro Nepal – Earthquake Rebuilding Projects

III. Global Citizenship

  • Tsunami Relief 2004
  • Fund Raising for the victims of Hurricane Katrina 2005
  • Haiti Earthquake relief 2010
  • Fund Raising for 9/11 2011
  • Fund Raising for the victims of Hurricane Sandy 2012
  • Sunkoshi Flood Relief in Nepal 2014
  • Nepal Earthquake relief 2015


Hamro Nepal Update – Rebuilding Projects Kick Off

Dear friends and supporters of Hamro Nepal, It is our pleasure to report that Hamro Nepal rebuilding projects are finally getting kicked off. The delay was beyond our control given the volatile political situation in Nepal.  We appreciate your patience and support. It took over a year for the Government

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A Year After the Earthquakes in Nepal


Dear Friends: Today marks the one-year anniversary of the earthquake in Nepal that ravaged much of the country. It is a heart-wrenching moment to remember the thousands of lives tragically cut short and the millions of people still suffering from the aftermath of the devastation. On behalf of Hamro Nepal

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