Trillium is a learning organization. For 30 years we have pursued innovation, collaboration, and unchartered territories to better our skills and services. We look to others for new ideas and inspiration.
And so, three Trillium staff are headed to Nepal to volunteer, experience difference, and learn. They will be volunteering at the Self Help Group for Cerebral Palsy , talking to a large department store in Katmandu about employment, and the Patan community rehabilitation services. This trip was coordinated with Rotary of Nepal and The Rose International Fund for Children (TFRIC), both organizations work to reduce barriers for Nepalese with disabilities.
Aimee Nelson, Heidi Scheibner and Ryan Farrow (see their bios here) will be sharing their Nepal stories and experiences with you on this blog–stay tuned! You can always get the latest posts through the tab on our home page.