DONATIONS

YOUR DONATION CHANGES LIVES

Your donation really will change a life! Because CHANCE for NEPAL works so closely with partners on the ground in Nepal, your money reaches exactly where it is needed when it is most wanted. A small donation of 23p a day can really change a life now. A larger donation can change a life forever.

Child-of-Nepal - Health

HEALTH

Help a child burns’ victim – £5 funds a Goody Bag for a child on the Burns Unit

Education Projects

EDUCATION

Help educate a child – £270 educates one child for a year as a day student

Street Children Project Small

STREET CHILD

Help a street child – £60 funds a day out for 24 children at Papa’s Home

Skills Training Project

SKILLS TRAINING

Help train teachers – £800 funds a five-day teacher training course

Donation Thank You

THANK YOU

Any donation that you make will help to change a life

Dontation for Rabies

RABIES PREVENTION

Help fight rabies – £500 vaccinates 500 street dogs

Your CHANCE to provide better healthcare

  • £5 funds one ‘Goody Bag’ for a child on the burns unit
  • £5 provides one food hamper for a child on the burns unit, giving vital extra calories to speed up recovery.
  • £14 per month provides vitamins and supplements for vulnerable children in remote villages
  • £20 helps a family with transport to return to their village after being with their child.
  • £30 buys a large warm fleece bed covering for a family
  • £5,000 builds a health post in a remote village

Your CHANCE to educate a child

  • Just 23p per day provides a nutritious ‘Tiffin’ snack for a pupil at school
  • £50 takes all the children of Papa’s Home on a fun day out
  • £250pa gives the chance of an education as a day student including uniform and lunch
  • £400pa gives one student the chance of going to college
  • £480pa gives the chance of an education and a place in a school hostel

Your CHANCE to help a street child

  • CHANCE for NEPAL has donated £3,000 to support WEGAIN in their courageous and groundbreaking lobbying to ban the sale of glue to Under 18s

Your CHANCE to teach new skills

  • £800 funds a five-day Teacher Training workshop in remote districts of Nepal

Your CHANCE to fight Rabies

  • £500 vaccinates 500 dogs against rabies
Chance for Nepal - WOMENs COOPERATIVE SOCIETY WCS - Skills Lead

Women’s Cooperative Society (WCS) – November Visit

During my annual visit to Nepal and our projects, I spent a day with WCS.  I was accompanied by Bimala, a member of the Shenpen team, (one of our main partners on the ground) who was also my translator. The skills training took place on the outskirts of the Kathmandu Valley about an hour from

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Distribution of the Dignity Kits

Menstrual Health Workshop – Koseli School

The Koseli School works with children from the poorest realms of society in Kathmandu. Children from the slum areas and street children who live outside of  mainstream society.  Their biggest need is survival.  Koseli mean ‘gift’ and the centre offers them  the gift of a happy childhood and education. There are still many taboos related

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TREK to EVEREST BASE CAMP and beyond

Jatinder Dosanjh, Rick M and Velraj Kuppusamy, three friends, one living in Australia, one England and one India are raising funds for CHANCE in October 2019 by trekking to Everest Base camp at a height of 5364m and then on to Kala Patthar at 5644m.  They are self funding and have opened a page on

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CRAB POT CAFE

A big thank you to Michael Fuhri, owner of the fabulous Crab Pot Cafe in Crommer, Norfolk who with his wife wished to support a charity in Nepal. We are delighted they choose to support CHANCE by donating the gratuities from the cafe every month starting in May 2019.  Please pop in to support them

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EVEREST MARATHON

Annalise Kerr ran the Everest Marathon in May 2019 for CHANCE. She raised a fantastic £1,144 including gift aid.  The marathon was 26.2 miles and at an altitude of 5365m. Annalise said  ‘It was fantastic, an experience of a lifetime.’  Whilst Annalise was in Nepal, she asked to see one of our projects and visited

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