We Believe Education Can Change The World.
We dedicate a percentage of our profits to empowering girls and women at the Kopila School in Surkhet, Nepal.
together, we empower women…
As part of our mission and commitment to female education, each month we dedicate a portion of our profits to empowering girls and women at the Kopila Valley School and Women’s Center in Nepal to provide them with life-changing business and self-development training, plus, a space for growth, learning and creativity.
Click on the video below to see behind-the-scenes of our adventure through Nepal and visiting our incredible giving back program!
We are proud sponsors of 16 amazing girls.
Watch how we’re empowering
girls in Nepal.
In the Spring of 2011, I was sitting in my sophomore dorm room at university, watching a speech from a girl my age, Maggie, who took a backpacking trip after high school when she met a poverty-stricken, 6-year-old girl in Nepal who was breaking rocks on the side of a riverbed as a child laborer.
Maggie was completely devastated by the fate of this little girl and used her babysitting money to enroll little Hima into school, a decision that would change her and Hima’s lives forever.
Maggie never returned from her backpacking trip — as she made it her mission, at 18-years-old, to build an orphanage in Surkhet, Nepal: the Kopila Valley Children’s home…
10 YEARS LATER
At 29-years old, Maggie is now the loving mom to 51 Nepali orphan children, runs the Kopila Valley School for 400 Nepali students along with a thriving women’s center. She was recently, and so-deservingly named CNN’s Hero of the Year.
Ever since that day in my sophomore dorm room, it’s always been a dream of mine to support Maggie and the Kopila Valley School with my entrepreneurial endeavors. Shay and I have shared this dream since starting the Bucketlist Bombshells, as we’re equally as passionate about using our business as a vehicle to give back and utilizing education as a tool to create positive change in our world.
Together, we’re fierce advocates of Maggie’s mission — and her belief that “we all have the power to create the world we want to live in”.