About Us

The New Zealand Nepal Society (NZNS) stands as a prominent community organization of Nepali community in New Zealand. Established in 1995 under the patronage of the legendary Sir Edmund Hillary, NZNS holds the distinction of being the first such organization. With Sir Edmund Hillary's iconic ascent of Mount Everest in 1953, his patronage lent the society a foundation rooted in the spirit of adventure, resilience, and community service.

From its inception, NZNS has played a pivotal role in preserving, celebrating, and promoting the rich cultural heritage of Nepal, making significant contributions to the multicultural fabric of New Zealand. As a catalyst for community engagement, social cohesion, and cross-cultural understanding, the society organises diverse programs and initiatives, including cultural events, festivals, and educational and well-being programs.

NZNS's success is underpinned by its commitment to community welfare, demonstrated through various support programs for community members. With enthusiastic volunteers, and an active membership base, the society has evolved over the years to meet the evolving needs of the Nepali community, contributing positively to the broader social landscape of New Zealand. As NZNS continues to thrive, it remains a beacon of cultural richness, community support, and inclusivity.

Current Executive Members

Past Executive Comittees

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