The Gyalyum Charitable Trust offered a contribution of 7.6 million ngultrum this afternoon to the Office of His Majesty the Gyalpoi Zimpon on the command of the royal patron, Her Majesty the Queen Mother Sangay Choden Wangchuck.
The Gyalyum Charitable Trust is the umbrella organization for all the charities under the royal patronage of Her Majesty the Queen Mother Sangay Choden Wangchuck. These charitable organizations include the three chapters under the Trust; Gyalyum Scholarship Programme, Gyalyum Dharma Initiative and the Craft Gallery, RENEW (Respect, Educate, Nurture and Empower Women) and The Royal Textile Academy.
This contribution towards the COVID-19 fund stems from our profound respect and admiration for His Majesty the Druk Gyalpo’s great concern for the safety, health and wellbeing of the Bhutanese people. It is our sincere hope that this humble contribution will help support the
purchase of the much required essential medical supplies and COVID-19 testing kits.
The charitable organizations of Her Majesty the Gyalyum will continue to do their part in fulfilling the aspirations of His Majesty the Druk Gyalpo by providing services to the marginalized sections of the society. Furthermore, Her Majesty would like to commend all the individuals who
continue to work in helping those affected by providing essential services and caring for the most vulnerable.
We remain ever grateful for His Majesty’s guidance, leadership and support during these perilous times for the country and people. Her Majesty the Gyalyum is optimistic that the country will overcome this challenge under the dynamic and visionary leadership of His Majesty the Druk Gyalpo.
Her Majesty the Gyalyum Sangay Choden Wangchuck conveys her prayers and best wishes to all Bhutanese citizens within and outside the country in the wake of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.
Her Majesty the Gyalyum urges everyone to take precautionary and safety measures for ourselves and highlights the responsibility of every individual in minimizing the spread of the virus especially to the elderly and sick who are most susceptible to the virus.