BENEFITING: UNITED SHERPA ASSOCIATION INC
More than 6,000 people dead. More than 13,000 injured. Eight million people affected across Nepal.
With many more unaccounted for as the search for survivors continues, there are around one million children urgently in need of help.
Those are the startling numbers that indicate the scale of the devastation from the huge earthquake that struck the Himalayan nation of NEPAL on Saturday.
Network of Sherpa Students and Professionals (NSSP) is a non-profit, non-political network of Sherpa students, graduates and professionals established in December 2006, and is dedicated to the educational and professional development of Sherpa community. NSSP has partnered with its parent organization -The United Sherpa Association - to raise funds to help the people affected by this tragedy and we sincerely appeal everyone to generously donate any amount they can for the massive relief operation expected to be conducted in the hardest hit areas.
As you know, this great tragedy has affected thousands of people all over Nepal, not just in the Kathmandu valley. At this time, consultations are underway with our intermediary organization in Nepal- (Sherpa Sewa Kendra) in an effort to set up a Help Line Center in Kathmandu to distribute essential relief materials to the affected people.
Your donation will go to purchase, Food, Water, Medicines, Tents, Sleeping Bags and other essential materials, and the transportation of such relief materials to the remote regions of Nepal affected by this earthquake.
We will continually update you all with the specifics. If you require access to any more information, or have any questions please feel free to contact us at email@example.com and we will do our best to respond immediately.
Network of Sherpa Students and Professionals (NSSP)
Update: April 30, 2015
@NepalPoliceHQ::: death toll:: 6188, wounded::13,402 wounded
Proud and honored to be part of this relief effort !
Breakdown on how the fund is being utilized: