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Seti River Flood Victim Support Relief Fund

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Seti River Flood Victim Support Relief Fund

Dear all respected friends,

As most of you know, several people are confirmed killed in the Seti River flood sparked by the avalanche in Machhapuchre Mountain. Scores are missing and the flood has caused a huge damage to the private and public property in those areas in Nepal. Even though it happened few months ago, the recovery is still ongoing and those unfortunate people need our help.

The Nepalese Community Network of Canada (NCNC) in coordination with media partner, has been collecting your kind donations for the SETI FLOOD VICTIMS IN NEPAL. Attached is the list of persons who made contributions for the flood victims. We kindly request you to pledge support in this great cause. Any individuals, who made contribution of $100 or more, are being honored in a special function. This is a great opportunity to help our own friends and families back home that became homeless because of such unavoidable massive flood. Any amounts of your generous monetary donations for the flood victims are highly appreciated. Thank you.

Please find the enclosed list of donation fund raised, in this mail attachment for your kind reference.

For more information and your pledge support, please contact the following persons.

Pashupati Pokhrel: 647-405-6626
Ishwar Thapa: 647-881-1404
Dr. Narayan Regmi: 416-838-6346
Bal Chandra Shrestha: 416-854-3490
Mohan Aryal: 647-832-6426
Abhimanyu Basnet: 647-204-2455
Tulsi Sapkota: 647-858-4379
Mohan Sapkota: 647-232-9270
Bal Kumari Bhusal: 647-858-5845
Sangita Bhatta: 647-296-4546
Kiran Dhungana: 905-204-6425
Kiran Pant: 647-909-3560

Best Regards,
Pashupati Pokhrel
General Secretary, NCNC



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