Dear All,

Thank you for participation at our organization’s annual health fair. It was a pleasure to have you at the event. We provided services for 120 People this year. I think I can speak on behalf of all our 7 Nepali physicians Dr. Anil Suwal, Dr.Guna Subedi, Dr. Sapna Mainali, Dr. Roshan Mainali, Dr. Prasant Koirala, Dr. Lilly K.C., Dr. Prakash Phuyal, volunteers ANHS Chief Patron Madhu Panthi, who is the key person for this event who provided space, financial contribution and management of the event. Advisors and financial contributors Mr. Tilak Kharel and Gopal Regmi, key volunteers Advisors Dr. Anup Pahari PhD, Kamal Bhattarai, Bijay Thapa,Vijay Ojha, and team members Shiva Timsina, Rom Gyawali, Mohan Nirauala, Madhu Aryal, Prava Bhattarai Deauja, Sujita Khadka and Whole Team from ANHS for special role and back up force on this event in addition to financial contributions. Altmed Medical Center’s Manager Madhu Panthi, Clinician David Mejia who help us July 29th and August 5th and Dr. Jerry K Lee M.D. who provided space for service also Financial contribution, Which made a huge difference for our Nepali community members wellness experience. I would like to personally say thank you for your patience and time because we had overwhelming flow of patients. In 8 hours, we provided 120 community members; medical consulting, Laboratory services results interpretation, and Electrocardiography. Drawing blood a week early provided us time to give medical consultation and interpretation for the health fair in advance.I hope that we can continue working together in the efforts of educating our community members on a healthy lifestyle and developing true wellness in their personal and professional lives.

We look forward to having you join us for our Nepali cultural Teej program on August 19th, 2017 at Camp William B Snyder, in the Stephan G Marriott Dinning Hall at

6100 Antioch Road , Haymarket VA 20169.

Thank you again for your time and I look forward to future opportunities to working together.

Kind Regards,

Kamala Kharel


America Nepal Helping Society

Press Release


Fairfax County Fire and Rescue team and Volunteers honored for their rescue and relief work in Nepal

Spirits were high today at the Volunteer recognition program organized by the America Nepal Helping Society (ANHS), a Manassas based local community organization. Members of the Nepali community gathered together to honor the brave volunteers from Fairfax County Urban Search and Rescue who went to Nepal and performed exemplary rescue operations  immediately after the devastating earthquake that struck Nepal on  April 25, 2015.

ANHS has raised more than $73,000 in donations for the rescue and relief effort.  This included materials and medical care to be taken to the impacted people in the far flung areas of Nepal.  A small video was presented during the program to show the highlights of the work the team did while in Nepal. The team members were very emotional in presenting their eye-witnessed accounts of the level of devastation. These team members as well as other Nepali Americans who had gone to assist the relief effort were also honored during the program.

Virginia Congressman Rob Wittman, Delegate Bob Marshall and Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy of Nepal, Mr. Rishi Ghimire handed out the letters of recognition to the brave volunteers.

The program began with renditions of both the American and Nepali National Anthems and observance of a moment of silence for the lives lost due to the earthquake as well as for the brave men and women from US Marine Corps who lost their lives while attempting to rescue the victims.

ANHS presented a check for $32,599.62 to Nepal’s Prime Minister’s Disaster Relief Fund.

An eight year old girl, Kajal Panthi gave a check for $170 to DCM Mr. Ghimire, as a donation to the PM Disaster Relief Fund. The third grader saved the amount from her pocket money and wanted to donate for this noble cause.

From the Fairfax County Urban Search and Rescue team, Chief Chris Shiff spoke about their rescue work and all the hardships they faced. The gathered community members gave rounds of applause and expressed their honor to the Firefighters as well as the volunteers from Nepali American community.


आगामी जुलाई ९ ,बिहिबार बेलुका ६ बजे देखि ८ बजे सम्म भर्जिनियाराज्यको मनासस स्थित BEST WESTERN मा अमेरिका नेपाल सहयोगी समाज (AMERICA NEPAL HELPING SOCIETY ) को पहल मा अमेरिका सरकारी संस्था USCIS को अधिकारिक कार्यक्रम हुन गैरहेको छ l उक्त कार्यक्रममा USCIS ( U.S. CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION SERVICES) को TPS (TEMPORARY PROTECTED STATUS ) मामला हेर्ने अधिकृत Miss Gloria Williams-Brevard र उहाको टोलिले TPS सम्बन्धि सम्पूर्ण जानकारी दिनु हुनेछ l

तसर्थ डिसी मेट्रो क्षेत्र आसपास बस्नु हुने सबै नेपाली दाजुभाई तथा दिदीबहिनीहरुलाई यस कार्यक्रममा सहभागिताका लागि आयोजक हार्दिक आग्रह गर्दछ |

स्मरण रहोस TPS नेपालमा विनासकारी भुकम्प गै सके पछि अमेरिकी सरकारले नेपालीलाई दिएको बिशेष सुबिधा हो |



स्थान- Best western Hotel 10820 Ballsford Rood Manassas VA, 20109
मिति: THRUSDAY JULY 9TH ,2015. समय- 6:00 PM-8 PM Sharp



America Nepal Helping Society welcomed the decision of Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson to designate Nepal for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for 18 months based on the conditions resulting from the devastating magnitude 7.8 earthquake that struck Nepal on April 25, 2015, and the subsequent aftershocks. As a result, eligible nationals of Nepal residing in the United States may apply for TPS with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).  On July 9, 2015, ANHS organized a program to inform Nepali community members who are eligible for this benefit.

Expectations were high today at the TPS information sharing program organized by the America Nepal Helping Society (ANHS), DC metro base community organization and USCIS. Members of the Nepali community gathered together to get information about the TPS designation for Nepal at Best Western Battlefield Inn in Manassas. Mr Padam R. Regmi, President of ANHS, welcomed all the guest members and applauded the support provided by the USCIS and thanked all the active community remembers.

USCIS Public affair officer, Joanne M. Ferreira (Media Division), Community Relations Officer Gloria Williams-Brevard had spoke on the program. They elaborated on eligibility criteria for TPS including that applicant have been both “continuously physically present” and “continuously residing “in the United States since June 24. Both officers have emphasized the benefit of TPS and other TPS-related fees and waiver process.

Outreach Representative from Senator Mark R. Warner’s office Ms Anh C. Phan  and Immigration lawyer Dr. Lava karki  also spoke on the event.  Ms Phan offered the continual support from Senator Mark R. Warner’s office. Dr. karki participated on Q& A session and provided valuable information about Temporary Protected Status (TPS).This program was conducted by Dr. Anup Pahari. Media support was provided by Ram Chandra Kharel, Sagarmatha Television and Bishwo R. Thapa of enepelese.com.