About Us

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WELCOME TO THE BEN THAPA FOUNDATION

The Ben Thapa Foundation is a non profit organisation which aims to offer a small amount of funding to gifted young people in foster care or in care homes, to fulfil recognised potential in areas not adequately provided for in the National Curriculum. Areas for consideration include, but are not restricted to:

*sport

*the arts

*literature

*the culinary trade

*scientific discovery 

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A message from Ben

As a child, I was fostered. As a child with a talent, it was somewhat  difficult to find the necessary resources to fulfil my potential. 

Extra curricular activities are expensive in every field; from coachings to transport to events to equipment.

In order to apply for charitable status, we need to generate turnover exceeding £5000pa. And this is where we require your help. In order to make a donation, please go to paypal.me/benthapafoundation 

In order to apply for funding, please email admin@benthapafoundation.com or complete the contact form below.

"Focus on the miniature mastery of your own happiness."

Ben x 

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Who is Ben Thapa?

 

Ben Thapa burst to prominence with the classical crossover group G4, runners up on the first series of ITV's The X Factor in 2004. To date, the band have performed 8 well received UK tours, sold over 2 million albums and performed in some of the most prestigious venues the UK has to offer. 

In his own right, Ben is an operatic and concert tenor in great demand. Engagements have included principal work at Garsington Opera, English National Opera, Scottish Opera, the Royal Opera, the Teatru Manoel, Malta and more. Concert venues include the Royal Albert Hall, St. David's Hall, Cardiff, Birmingham Symphony Hall, St. Martin-in-the Fields and many more, under many of the world's most prestigious conductors. 

You can find out more about Ben at www.benthapa.com

Contact Us

Drop us a line!

paypal.me/benthapafoundation

Many thanks, The Ben Thapa Foundation