As the famous scientist Albert Einstein once said, ‘Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile’, Adventure Outdoor also believes in giving back. It has hence engaged itself in an array of philanthropic activities.
Adventure Outdoor became one of the first respondents in the aftermath of Nepal’s great earthquake of 25 April 2015 and the aftershocks that followed it, which claimed over 8000 lives and rendered tens of thousands injured and homeless. The Adventure Outdoor led a relief team reaching out to the victims living in the severely-hit districts like Gorkha, Dhading and Okhaldhunga as well as the Kathmandu Valley with food and essentials, clothes, blankets, tents etc.
Since education and well being of children has remained our foremost concern, Adventure Outdoor is supporting Happy Bottle House an orphanage which is built from the used bottles of beer, wine, whisky etc, at Nayapati village of Sundarijal in Kathmandu. The House is providing around 46 orphaned, poor and marginalized children with nutritious food, clean water, and quality education in a loving and secure family environment. Likewise, we are also helping in the construction of a community school named Shree Krishna Jyoti Higher Secondary School in Chipleti in Gorkha district as well as supporting Chandeshowri Secondary School in Ragani in Okhaldhunga.
As a part of our CSRs, Adventure Outdoor is also supporting Everest Future Foundation, a not-for-profit organization based in the Khumbu region (where Mt. Everest is situated) in the latter’s engagements in the preservation of Sherpa culture, education of poor and the marginalized and construction and renovation of the Buddhist monasteries