Wounded Heroes, Inclusive Tourism & Social Change
We believe that Nepal’s incredible beauty, rich culture, and fascinating people should be accessible to all. We believe that our veterans with physical challenges, athletes whose careers have been changed by traumatic injury, and men and women from all walks of life with disabilities should have the chance to visit Nepal. We know that although their injuries impose constraints and create challenges, those constraints can be overcome and the challenges surmounted.
So, The Soarway Foundation, in partnership with the International Development Institute and other caring partners like Operation Namaste will support a Wounded Heroes trek for all these heroes who face life’s challenges with courage and determination. This trek will not only be a once-in-a-lifetime experience for the participants, but it will also help us to shift attitudes in Nepal where currently a half million Nepalis with disabilities face a profoundly difficult future.
We want to make Nepal a premier destination for inclusive tourism. This effort is a critical first step in building awareness and creating a future all Nepali citizens can share in even as we offer our veterans and other disabled Americans this incredible journey. Soarway’s goal is to raise the funds that will pay for the travel of 15 wounded warriors and other participants eager to show the world — and themselves — what they are capable of achieving. With your support, we can make that happen!
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