➔ Provide employment opportunities to hundreds of people from all cultures and all walks of life.
➔ Continue to expand his philanthropic assistance via the Uniting Hands Foundation, both locally and internationally.
➔ Encourage and facilitate other driven young people to build their skill base in their chosen field.
➔ Celebrate and encourage diversity and multiculturalism in all industries he enters, and actively within his own business endeavours.
Mr Pyashi has pursued his destiny with clarity, confidence and conviction. He continues to evolve rapidly into a celebrated entrepreneur, business award winner, restaurant owner, and philanthropist.
Charity Begins at Home
It is the intention of this proposal to put forward the Uniting Hands Foundation as the not- for-profit operator of the Engine Room Cafe & Bistro. A strong and highly experienced management team has been formed and all infrastructure is now in place to continue fundraising efforts and provide exceptional service via the operating premises governed by UHF.
Key points about The Uniting Hands Foundation:
➔ In operation since 2010
➔ Became a registered ACNC organisation within Australia in June 2016, Charity ABN: 716 061
➔ Is the owner in Trust of newly launched 88 Forty Eight Restaurant and Bar located in Brisbane City.
➔ A minimum 10% of profit post operations, is donated to the charity by all Mr Pyashi’s business
holdings. This is expected to increase rapidly over the next 2 years.
➔ Currently, proceeds of UHF have been distributed locally on the Sunshine Coast within Mr Pyashi’s
own community, and to improve conditions in Nepal, his home country.
Mr Pyashi is passionate about giving back to the wider community and his philanthropic activities began on the Sunshine Coast. The team would like to express our interest in working closely with the Brisbane City Council to develop community support program, and/or as appropriate, to offer our support within a pre- existing infrastructure such as the Local Government Grants and Subsidies Program.
Recent UHF activities include:
Food For the Homeless – Sunshine Coast & Brisbane
➔ Collaborated with the Sunshine Coast Baptist Church to feed the homeless people of Happy Valley in Caloundra. UHF cooked and meals for the homeless in Mr Pyashi’s first restaurant, Gurkhali Nepalese Restaurant. Over the two years of the program, Mr Pyashi’s chefs cooked and delivered dinner every Friday - over 2500 meals were served.