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Solu-Khumbu and Helambu, Nepal. Earthquake Appeal

Closed Cause page created in the Disaster category by Mal Haskins


$79,083 donated

Given by 521 generous donors in 2 years

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The Earthquake in Nepal on the 25th of April 2015 has caused widespread damage across the country. Please consider helping.

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International Disasters Welfare

The Earthquake in Nepal on the 25th of April 2015 has caused widespread damage across the country. Please consider helping by donating to this fund. Funds donated will go directly to the Sherpa communities and other families in the Solu Khumbu and Helambu Regions.

Initial aid will be in the form of shelter, medicines, food and water as required. Later rebuilding and or relocation will be needed.

As Nepal has quite a problem with communications and whilst most of the coverage of the earthquake has focused on Kathmandu, it is in the outlying villages and valleys where the most help will be needed. Initial reports have suggested that entire villages and communities have been destroyed.


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  • Justin

    Justin on 06 Mar 2017

    $50

    $50

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 26 Jul 2016

    $33

    $33

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    Guest Donor on 25 Jul 2016

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  • Rhonda Bigwood

    Rhonda Bigwood on 25 Jul 2016

    $33

    Good luck with the rebuilding

    $33

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    Guest Donor on 20 Jul 2016

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Mal Haskins

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Otago

I have been climbing and trekking in Nepal since 2006. The people of the mountains are a hardy and strong people, full of generosity and courage however the events that have unfolded here have left many of them with nothing. To all those who have travelled in Nepal or share a love of the mountains and people, please consider donating.

Funds will be paid to a verified bank account of Mal Haskins.

Got a question?

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“My husband and I trekked in Nepal in 2010. I raised this money at my work, where I set up a pop-up café. I hope it helps a little with your challenge of rebuilding lives and villages.”
“Nice one Mal. Another stripe for you. Good luck at ground zero.”
“Thank you for doing what you are.”
“I hope you get enough funds + some to give a little extra”
“We hope this helps”
“Keep up the good work guys!”
“Thanks JC for all the updates. Heartfelt thank you and well done to everyone who has been working so hard over there, our thoughts are with you.”
“Keep up the good work Mal and Soph, hope this gets to a few families before the monsoon does.”
“Thanks for all your amazing work, you guys are an inspiration!”
“Good work all you guys out there, keep it up!”
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