Bridge to Nepal

Bridge to Nepal

$174,427 raised
  • Nepal
  • Bridge to Nepal
  • General Development
  • Donations to this project are tax-deductible

How You Can Help

Flood Relief

Hundreds of families have been effected be severe flooding this monsoon season. These funds will be used to provide food, clean water and basic supplies to families who have lost everything.

Tikapur Children's Home: Building Fund

The Tikapur Children's home provides a safe place for kids who are at risk of being sold into slavery or prostitution. The new building will be a place of refuge for up to forty boys and girls.

Tikapur Children's Home: Monthly Sponsorship

$40 a month covers housing, food, medical, clothing and school fees for one child. Sponsorship money is added to a common fund and used to help all the kids in the house.

Grace School Technology Project

This project will provide 25 tablets for educational use at the Grace School Campus to serve students from grades K-8 as well as teachers.

Grace Medical Clinic and Maternity Center

The vision for Grace Medical Clinic is to share the love of God with the people of this community and serve them in a very practical way through providing basic medical care.

Livestock Gift: Goats and Piglets

$50.00

The gift of a goat or piglet can help a family lift themselves out of poverty by providing an income source.

General Fund: One Time Gift

Gifts made to the general fund will be used to meet needs as they arise in the areas of clean water, school support, medical expenses, capital purchases etc.

General Fund : Monthly Gift

Gifts made to the general fund will be used to meet needs as they arise in the areas of clean water, school support, medical expenses, capital purchases etc.

Kathmandu: Tent City

May 21, 2015

Tent cities have popped up in open green spaces all over the city.

With the magnificence of the Himalayas as a backdrop, the bustling city of Kathmandu has always been known for its allure to tourists, trekkers and those searching for a better understanding of the culture of Nepal.

In the aftermath of the earthquake, Kathmandu has a new identity, that of a tent city. This video, shot just a few days ago, shows the new Kathmandu, a city of rubble and ruin where people are now living on the sidewalks under tarps held up by ropes. Some have no homes to return to, others are just afraid to return home as strong aftershocks continue to rumble through the region.

Madan posted on his Facebook page last week "5.0 Richter scale earthquakes are just normal for us now."

CLICK HERE to make a donation to earthquake relief efforts by Bridge to Nepal.

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