Nepal earthquake relief team

Donate for Nepal earthquake relief

So far we have improved the lives of over 6,500 victims, and none of this would have been possible without people like you.

Its been 6 months now, and our work has gone from emergency aid relief, to shelter and school building, to helping entire communities to recover. Check out our blog for the latest updates.

We operate with total transparency, so you can see where every penny goes.

Ordinary people like us, funded by donations like Ordinary people like you, can make a big difference

Can’t afford to donate, but would like to help otherwise? Check out some other ways you can help Nepal.

FAQ

What if I don’t have a Paypal account?

You can choose to donate using your credit card using Paypal.

If you want to avoid using Paypal altogether, make an international bank transfer to:

  • Name – BETHAN EVELYN MARIA WERAKSO
  • IBAN – GB12ABBY09012862032893
  • BIC – ABBYGB2LXXX

What will the money be used for?

Donations are being used in our second phase of relief to supply shelters, schools and community spaces. We continue to assess the current situation and the peoples needs here in Nepal. After our first phase of distributing emergency relief such as foods, safe water, medicines and blankets we are now moving to provide low income and disadvantaged caste families with shelters to keep them safe and dry in the monsoon. Check out our blog to see some of our current missions.

Can I make monthly recurring donations?

Yes. We also accept monthly recurring donations. You can choose that option once you click the ‘Donate’ button above.

By receiving monthly recurring donations we are able to have the assurance we can continue to help people who need it so desperately. With a monthly donation big or small we can budget for the upcoming days and reassure families that we will still be there for them. Stability in a time like this is difficult to find, but with your help we can affirm that we continue to work to make a positive difference to people’s lives.

Where can I see how the money was used?

Most of our efforts now go into the actual field work. We will be publishing detailed accounts soon as well.

For now, follow our blog posts. All donors also receive a monthly donor newsletter.

Why am I donating to Beth’s personal account?

Events here are unfolding fast. Our top priority now is distributing the supplies. We haven’t been able to register an NGO or open an NGO account yet. It’s in the pipeline.