Send A Nurse To Nepal Post Earthquake Relief
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Hello- My name is Heather Black and I have been a nurse for 24 years. I have been saving up my vacation time and have been dreaming of a trip for sun, surf, and relaxation (my first vacation in years), but when the earthquake hit in Nepal, I knew I had to go assist the people in a country I call my second home. I have been to Nepal three times and brought my daughter with me the most recent trip. I have also been donating clothes and money to NHCEP (Nepali Helpless Chicldren Educational Program) for the past 18 years. I have been invited to assist with post-earthquake relief through PHECT Hospital - Public Health Concern Trust in Kirtipur, Nepal. I have already sent $1,000 to my long time friend and trek guide there so the funds could go directly to the villages hit the hardest by the devastating quake. I will be assisting in the post-earthquake relief in September. I have out of pocket expenses for round trip airline tickets, camping supplies, ground transportation, food, and excess baggage fees for the clothing drive I am arranging for NHCEP. Thank you so much for your support - the Nepal Earthquake may not be headline news anymore, but they still desperately need your help. Thank you. Namaste.
My name is Heather Black and I am an oncology RN in California. I have been to Nepal three times, and brought my daughter with me on the most recent trip. I have been donating clothes and money to the NHCEP (Nepal Helpless Children Education Program) for the past 18 years. I also sponsor a village, schoolhouse, and playground in Nepal. When the devastating earthquake in Nepal occured- I immediately sent $1,000 cash to my long time friend and trek guide to get aid to the hardest hit villages. I have been invited to be a part of PHECT (Public Health Concern Trust in Kirtkipur, Nepal), and will be volunteering there from September to October. I may also be travelling to the villages to assist with health care education. I am raising funds to cover my airline fees, food, ground transportation, lodging, and supplies. Namaste!