The 25th of April 2015 marks a day of tragedy and inscrutable devastation for the Nepalese, and regardless of how bygone the occasion gets, the Nepali hearts will always shudder from the aftershocks of its memories. It was a normal Saturday morning, almost noon, when a massive earthquake, perhaps the greatest ever recorded in the country, struck Nepal culminating in the death of almost 9000 and injuring 15,500 people. Those that survived were traumatized to the core, and the unforgiving tremors that followed were equally, if not more appalling. It would be an understatement to call the earthquake a disaster, because not only did it take lives and property, it took away peace from all those who remained. Victims were left homeless, parents were left childless and children became orphans. It abandoned businesses and slashed schools into rubles; disrupting the running of society. Amid this melancholy, social media was flooded with miserable photos of young innocent children who were either injured by the quake or trapped in clumsy labyrinths of concrete slabs, bricks, and dust. Two eleven-year-olds; Yugottam and Yugeshwor Koirala were at home when the disaster struck. The two boys, already scandalized by the whole episode, articulated their sympathy and sorrow for those victimized children and mercifully requested to donate savings from their piggy-bank that amounted to 275 USD for immediate relief. The very innocence of these boys and their earnest commitment to help and support the devastated lives in any way they could, preludes the beginning of this foundation. After a series of discussions, a permanent arrangement was envisaged to provide the support institutionally by collecting and mobilizing donations from intimate relatives and friends. With this objective in view, the Punyaarjan Foundation, an organization registered with the Nepal government was established as a non-profit, non-governmental organization. Ever since, the Punyaaarjan Foundation has been working for the benefit of the rural localities by mobilizing technical and financial support from the people willing to earn ‘PUNYA’. During its inaugural year, the foundation mainly focused on different types of social support activities that included the construction of new school buildings and libraries, renovation of damaged buildings, scholarship distribution to students from poverty-stricken families, coordination of free health camps in the villages of Nepal and so on. However, 2016 brought along further revamping in the endeavors of the organization. The foundation felt the need to augment the scale of its enterprise focusing more on science and technology in the health care sector of the deprived communities of Nepal. With this vision, the foundation diverted its scope towards helping people through science and technology and is recently working with Motto: “Serving Humanity through Science & Technology”.