BCAP has recently celebrated one of the biggest women festivals of the year. Women’s special day “TEEJ” was successfully observed at the Clairton Park on September 2nd, 2019. Teej is celebrated by Nepali women, as well as girls without eating anything or even drinking water. Married women fast for the long life of her husband and for a happy relationship in the family. Teej is a vibrant festival that has been more popular since the start of this festival, however, in these recent years, this festival has influenced many Nepali women residing all over the world. Women in red attire sing and dance, going to temple in the holy and fasting mood. Usually, women get called or collected by their parents or brothers, where she celebrates Teej with rest of the family members and siblings. BCAP expected the attendants this year of 300 and more. We were joined by a large number of Nepali speaking Bhutanese community members, mainstream community members, wellwishers, and BCAP staff. Elderly seniors were recognized and appreciated at the event.
This fundraising opportunity has been solely initiated by our community youth to support their amazing “Travel Soccer Program.” Please consider contributing to this great cause. We’ve had multiple suicidal cases along with increasing school dropouts, drugs and alcohol cases over the years. A program like these help reduces such cases as they will have a support system all year long. Please consider investing in our community youth, they are our future leaders.
Our office has moved to a new location.
New Address: 3000 Brownsville Rd, Suite C, Pittsburgh, PA 15227
Our sincere thanks to Mr. Durga Upreti @ DMK Furniture Outlet for giving space to store our truck full of stuff for a year. Also, for using his own truck, driving it, and loading and unloading in BCAP’s new office location.
Thank you to these volunteers too, for coming out of their comfort zone, in the cold weather and helping us in the moving. Tek Nepal, Madhu Phuyel, Dhan B Rai, Mon. B Biswa, Suk Rai, Christine Bethea and Upendra Dahal.
BCAP wishes everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2019
पिट्सबर्ग शहरको ईतिहास सिक्न यो नेपाली भाषाको भिडियो हेर्नु होला।
If you want to hear about Pittsburgh’s history, watch the video given below.
Note: This is for those who understand Nepali.
Bhutanese youth leaders have recently coordinated and completed Futsal tryout session for the Futsal League with CitiSports in Pittsburgh. Youth leaders, players, and volunteers in this process thanks to its sponsors Bhagawat Phuyel and Neoly Home Care, LLC. The league starts in January 2019 and runs till mid-March 2019. High school players from the community will have the opportunity to showcase their skills and talents while making connections with mainstream fellow players and communities. There were players from six (6) different high schools who came and participated for the tryout. Special thanks to these leaders: Coach Kamal Subba, Coach Kushal Rai, Coach Sushan Rai, Ago Gurung, Bhim Subedi, Pradeep Rai, Kewal Khadka, Durga Upreti, and Suraj Nepal.
Bhutanese Community Association of Pittsburgh is organizing Teez Women festival during the Teez week at Saint Anne School at Castle Shannon. The event is for everyone who are interested. There will be free dance, so whoever wants to bring their talent to the stage, this is the chance. Also free food will be available.
The address for the venue is
Saint Anne School, Castle Shannon
4040 Willow Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15234
Saturday, August 19, 2017
The event will start from 12:00 PM-3:00 PM
1. The Office of Refugee Resettlement, Washington, DC.
2. Jefferson Regional Foundation, 565 Coal Valley Road, Jefferson Hills, PA 15025
3. Vibrant Pittsburgh, 707 Grant St, Pittsburgh, PA 15219
4. Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh, 234 McKee Pl, Pittsburgh, PA 15213
12/05/2016 – Dance Class Enrollment
BCAP have successfully enrolled 20 kids for dance class at Naissance Phalanx on Route 51.