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Motherland Nepal

Motherland  Nepal is a California licensed non-profit (501c) organization in the San Francisco-East Bay Area. Established
 in 2002,  our organization is dedicated to helping facilitate the integration of Nepali immigrants, refugees, students and
 scholars, as well as enhancing social and cultural ties between Nepalese Americans and other microcosms of American
 culture.  In this grant proposal,  we humbly request assistance from the government of California in providing any kind of financial or land
 support to establish a Nepalese Cultural Center in the Bay Area. We would like to call this “The Motherland Nepal Cultural Center.”

 We determined that  a cultural center would be extremely useful to our organization’s goals based on a survey generated through
 structured questioners   among a sample population. In establishing the Motherland Nepal Cultural Center, we hope to facilitate various
 activities like exchanging cultural values and norms between Nepalese-Americans and non-Nepalese Americans. One way we
 intend to do this is an awareness cmpaign and soup-kitchen service for the benefit of the people residing in the Bay Area (again, Nepalese-Americans and non-Nepalese Americans).  We also provide a place  for grieving in the center, which is an important aspect of identifying Nepali cultural   practice.  We determined that  a cultural center would be extremely useful to our organization’s goals based on a survey generated through structured questioners   among a sample population. In establishing the Motherland Nepal Cultural Center, we hope to facilitate various
 activities like exchanging cultural values and norms between Nepalese-Americans and non-Nepalese Americans. One way we intend to do this is an awareness cmpaign and soup-kitchen service for the benefit of the people residing in the Bay Area (again, Nepalese-Americans and non-Nepalese Americans).  We also provide a place  for grieving in the center, which is an important aspect of identifying Nepali cultural   practice. 

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