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Our current initiative to care for the world around us. 


A one year pledge of 10% of all our global sales to be given  equally to a select few organizations that support people, planet and NEPAL

The devastating earthquake in Nepal, has in its destructive wake left over 5,000 people dead and many more are suffering from injuries, homelessness and incresed poverty. It is estimated that 8 million people have been affected.

We encourage you to be generous wherever the greatest needs are on our beautiful ever changing planet.


















The nuns of Tsoknyi Gechak Ling are working to help the neighboring village of Chobar. They have divided into three groups, with the largest group helping to dig out the village, the second group searching for medicine and water and the third group procuring food. Your donations have already gone towards purchasing and distributing food. There is a huge need for humanitarian action not only in Chobar, but in the Swayambhu area and in Nubri. Our goal is to raise $150,000 for emergency relief for Nepal. Rinpoche say very strongly that, "Our top priority is to relieve suffering of human beings"



SOS Children’s Villages has 9,300 children currently under our care in 10 SOS villages and is operating relief centers in four locations in and around Kathmandu to support Nepal earthquake survivors. Sponsor a child in Nepal and make a difference in a child’s life today. This will directly: 

  • -Help a child who has suffered the loss of his/her family and the traumatic effects of this deadly earthquake;-

  • Provide children and families with basic needs such as: a safe home, food, water and medical attention; and-

  • Reunify families 

  • Provide interim and long term protection to children and families affected by the crisis.



NEPALSEEDS helps people improve their health and welfare

  • by supporting grassroots projects that involve community partnerships in the areas of education, water, health, and the environment.

  • By working closely with project recipients we encourage villagers to identify their most pressing needs.

  • We then work with them to develop solutions that are economically feasible, sustainable, and sensitive to cultural concerns.



The primary responsibility of resolving Nepal’s health problems lies with the Nepali people including medical professionals. There can be no substitute for their own commitment and action in Nepal. However, as a U.S. based nonprofit organization, the foundation is committed to supporting the Nepali people’s ongoing efforts

  • to enhance their health status.

  • ANMF will focus on improving the quality of medical care, medical education and medical research in Nepal.

  • ANMF is dedicated to building Nepal’s healthcare infrastructure and developing the country’s ability to be self sustaining in the instruction and training of health care professionals.



The Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre (KAT Centre) was first conceived after Jan Salter, the founder of KAT, visited the organization Help in Suffering in Jaipur, India. Impressed with the way this and other animal welfare organizations have managed difficult street dog problems and eliminated rabies through Animal Birth Control (ABC) and widespread rabies vaccinations, Jan came back to Nepal convinced Kathmandu, Nepal can become a rabies-free, dog-friendly city.





all photos from these 5 AID websites

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