Maggie Doyne grew up
When Doyne first visited Nepal in 2006, the
As of 2011, there were 35 children living in Doyne's Kopila Valley orphanage and over 230 children attending Kopila Valley Primary School. Doyne also created the Blinknow Foundation to encourage and enable other young people to volunteer in developing countries.
She has received numerous awards and commendations for her work including: 2009 Grand Prize Winner of the Do Something Awards and
Doyne's parents are Steve and Nancy Doyne. After she was born, her father quit his job as the manager of a natural food store to be a stay-at-home dad, while Nancy Doyne worked in real estate. Maggie has two sisters: older sister Kate and younger sister Libby.
- The New York Times Magazine, The DIY Way
- The New York Times Magazine, D.I.Y Foreign-Aid Revolution
- The Do Lectures, Maggie Doyne 2010 Talk
- Fast Company, Change Generation: Maggie Doyne, Founder & Director, Kopila Valley Children's Home
- The Huffington Post, New Jersey 20-Year-Old Builds Orphanage in Nepal
- Magazine for Kids, She's Changing the World
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