Organized by: Help.nepal. earthquakevictims
Thousands of people have been killed by a massive 7.9 magnitude earthquake that hit Nepal on April 25, 2015. There is widespread devastation across Nepal. The death toll now is over 7000 which continues to rise as search and recovery efforts are underway in Kathmandu and across the country. Villages have been the most devastated. Some initial reports suggest that many villages have been totally flattened by the earthquake. There have been dozens of tremors and aftershocks since the first earthquake, further destabilizing structures and complicating rescue efforts.
We are devastated to see our family and friends in turmoil and their homes destroyed. The needs for basic necessities are growing day by day. Nepal needs as much help as it can get in order to survive and rebuild the country. Among them are Nuwakot and Dolakha districts, almost 40 to 70 miles from Kathmandu, where most of our friends and families have lost their homes to rubble. We spent most of our childhood in these villages; now it is in need and we have decided to help our family and friends there with the temporary shelters and food items for immediate relief.
We are coordinating with the earthquake relief team in Nuwakot and Dolakha districts, to clean up the village, distribute food items and build them a temporary shelter.
No donation is big or small. Any amount helps. Please contact us if you are willing to help:
Sumesh Adhikari (401- 390-1682)
Sunil Adhikari (401-489-9314)
Alisha Khadka (603-851-0449)
Priyanka Khadka (603-851- 0581)
Please donate generously and spread the word. We will continue to provide the updates and information regarding the allocation of funds.
Thank you for your support.