Nepal Earthquake Appeal 2015

Nepal earthquake

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On behalf of Help Nepal Network Australia, we appeal to all the individuals, community organizations and government officials to support Nepal Earthquake relief funds initiated by Help Nepal Network Australia, a largest charity organization of Nepalis, is a global charity organization run on a fully volunteer basis.

Nepal has been seriously devastated by the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that occurred on April 25, 2015. The government of Nepal has declared a state of emergency. Already over 2,400 people have been pronounced dead with thousands of additional injured. Many homes as well as cultural and religious heritage sites have been destroyed. Many people have been displaced due to the destruction and continuing tremors. Immediate relief will entail search and rescue, medical care, food, water, and shelter. While the destruction in Kathmandu has been clearly visible in photographs that have circulated on the Internet, many rural areas have been similarly affected, where there is urgent need for rescue and relief. Help Nepal Network is actively involved in bringing relief on the ground both inside and outside the capital. We seek help from the members and supporters of the global Help Nepal community to aid the immediate relief and long-term rebuilding effort to overcome the effects of this tragic earthquake.

We would be most grateful, if you and or your community support the financial aid offer in light of this information. Please be advised that, all the donations are tax deductable.

We thank you beforehand. God Bless this Nation.

Account Name: Help Nepal Network Australia
Bank: Commonwealth Bank
BSB: 062000
A/c : 11660078 

HELP NEPAL NETWORK AUSTRALIA
Harsha Gautam, President 0415 537 971
Dila Kharel, Secretary 0434 392 347
Shamim Anwar, Volunteer 0403 054 593
www.helpnepal.net | www.facebook.com/helpnepal.net

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