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We trust and have deep connections with each of these organizations. All are committed to bringing immediate relief [with an eye to long-term rebuilding] to the people of Nepal in the days since the 2015 earthquake – more info about each below.


Code Red has mobilized resources to help our friends rebuild and repair critical safe homes that provide protection for trafficking survivors. The core conviction behind Code Red is that every human life is valuable and every story is priceless. Their mission is to illuminate extraordinary individuals and organizations who are taking risks to combat the worst vices on the planet: Abuse, Addiction, Depression, Poverty, Suicide, Violence, and more. And to simultaneously spark a revolutionary movement of action to Give, Go, Serve and Sacrifice in order to help abolish these atrocities.  Click here to donate. Email founder, Grant Knisely.


MountainChild has been operating in the remote villages of Nepal since 2000 with a powerful scope of focus on humanitarian work: health/clean water and medicine, education, trafficking, child labor, environmental issues that affect health and growth. They have been purposefully working in the remote communities in rural Nepal destroyed by the earthquake and have been coordinating relief efforts in these devastated areas.  Click here to donate + select box on top right of the page. Email national director, Josh Duncan.


Your donation to emBOLDen Alliances will help get critical medical care and long-term rebuilding support to the areas in Nepal (and around the world) that need it most. emBOLDen’s goal is to improve the lives of vulnerable communities through collaborative partnerships that embolden the quality and impact of service. They have teams on the ground currently in Nepal, and are also instrumental in helping coordinate the distribution of fund and personnel to the hardest hit – and least served – areas.  Click here to donate + select box on top right of the page. Email co-founder, Neena Jain.

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