Former president of the Rotary club of “Queens” and current Assistant District Governor of Rotary International Nabaraj KC, awarded the “Brooklyn’s COVID Heroes” award by Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams. The program was held in the Brooklyn borough president office in Joralemon St, Brooklyn, NY. During the pandemic, Mr. KC has provided thousands of facemasks, hand sanitizer, and gloves to the Nepali community. In honor of that, the award was given to Nabaraj KC. Nabaraj KC is a dedicated philanthropist who always comes forward to help the community.
Nabaraj KC is a philanthropist and an influential leader who is dedicated to public welfare in Nepal. Mr. Kc was born in Dhading, Nepal. He has an extraordinary vision to uplift the quality of life of the poverty-stricken population of Nepal. He envisions an idyllic life and society for the people of Nepal; a society in which every child goes to school and get quality education, everyone has equal opportunities to succeed in practical life, and every citizen enjoys basic necessities such as access to quality healthcare, housing, and a decent earning. He believes that everyone has an inalienable right to a happy life. Therefore, he dreams for a society in which everyone has a reasonable economic parity and everyone can spend and enjoy a blissful life.
Nabaraj has always been very much concerned about the healthcare conditions in Nepal. Healthcare facilities and infrastructure in Nepal are not adequate to meet the healthcare needs of the population of Nepal. The situation is grave for people living in rural areas because of different factors such as poverty, superstitious beliefs, and shortage of healthcare professionals and facilities. Therefore, Nabaraj always makes special efforts for arranging free medical camps in rural areas of Nepal. Through his efforts, medical missions have volunteered to serve twice on a humanitarian basis in Nepal.