RestoringTouch is dedicated to improving the lives of individuals with practical acts of compassion wherever the need may be. Although we're currently focusing on the traditional Pueblo tribes of the American Southwest and the Tibet Autonomous Region of China, click here to read about a few of the other people we have helped along the way.
Hopi October, 2017
A special thanks goes to our team that went to the Hopi villages recently. And a especial thanks to Sam and Jamie Kapu and their team who joined us all the way from Hawaii!
We were able to distribute many $50 food certificates purchased from the Kykotsmovi store and sponsor a village event in the Shungopavi. We also visited Thelma Claw in Window Rock (Navajo) and encouraged her. She recently lost her husband, John, who created the Navajo Seal (Click here).
Dharamsala, India April, 2018
In April of 2018 we will journey to Dharamsala, in Northern India. We will be in McLeod Ganj, a suburb of Dharamshala, known as "Little Lhasa" because of the Tibetan population. It is also the headquarters of the Tibetan government-in-exile and the Dalai Lama. We will bring solar lights and help in different different ways. Read more...
Tibet (TAR) 2017
During our recent trip to the Tibet Autonomous Region of China, personal solar lights were given to people in Lhasa, the Karo La Glacier and farmers in Gyantse. Funds were also given for the food program for Moru Temple in Lhasa where over 2,000 traditional Buddhists were on a 45-day prayer vigil. Read more...
I'm only one; but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. I will not refuse to do that which I can do. ― Edward Everett Hale