Rise to the challenge for Himalayan Trust

$950 donated
Given by 11 generous donors in 21 days

Join World Cup show jumper Emelia Forsyth for a coaching clinic raising funds for the Himalayan Trust.

Clevedon, Auckland

When Sir Edmund Hillary made the first ascent of Everest in 1953, Nepal was a

country of nine million people who lived almost entirely on subsistence agriculture

with a small export economy of rice and jute.

Today, Nepal has a population of over 29 million people. The country no longer

grows enough food to support its growing population, 49 percent of whom live

below the poverty line of $3 per day.

As Nepal changes and grows, the Himalayan Trust does too. Alongside our Nepali

friends and partner organisation, Himalayan Trust Nepal. We continue to follow in

Ed’s footsteps by supporting Education, Healthcare and community projects.

The Himalayan Trust works hard to build resilience and provide promising futures for

people in the local communities of the Solukhumbu region. This is all made possible

by the support and dedication of our supporters and members in New Zealand and

abroad that have given money and time over the years.

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Latest donations

Carissa 7 days ago
Georgina on 06 Aug 2022
Thanks Emelia! You are a star x
Aimee on 06 Aug 2022
ABC IOU on 05 Aug 2022
Good on you, this is such a great idea! I hope your clinic is well supported
Lianne on 05 Aug 2022

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