Nepal Earthquake Relief Programme supports charity’s service in Nepal. You can set up your unique fundraising page in this programme and raise funds for your selected charity. All funds raised will be donated to this charitable cause. You can choose to start a fundraising campaign for the charitable organisations below or others as you wish.
The earthquake in Nepal in last April, at a magnitude of 8.1, destroyed nearly 90% of the buildings in Kathmandu, the epicenter, and killed close to 10 thousand people.
Outside Kathmandu, the earthquake almost destroyed the entire villages of Patlekhet and Gundu. Houses collapsed or were seriously destroyed. The two organisations we are racing to help are Hasera Farm, located inside Patlekhet, which promotes Permaculture education in Nepal, and Dharti Mata Sustainable Workshop, in Gundu, where villagers work with organic shop Kheti Bazaar in forest restoration and promoting sustainable farming. At the moment, villagers have nothing safe to live in except temporary shelters.
Although the Nepal government directly oversee international aid funds and donations, it is still unclear whether the needed money would reach specific victims.
Dharti Mata Sustainable Workshop and Kheti Bazaar wish all the funds raised can go directly into victims' hands. They have worked out what to rebuild, looked at their actual needs, while, at the same time pay specific respect to the value of harmony with nature and sustainable development. They plan to rebuild the 2 villages in 2 years, beginning with safe and comfortable temporary houses which villagers can live in for 1 to 2 years, while subsequently rebuilding permanent houses. For the temporary houses, they have identified a cost-effective method using bamboo. After the permanent homes are built, existing temporary homes would be used for food storage or animal shelters. After the permanent homes are built, existing temporary homes would be used for food storage or animal shelters.
Oneness and Dharti Mata Sustainable Workshop and Kheti Bazaar together have the same belief. We all believe in sustainability and independence. While helping the others, we are also protecting our home and land. Only through sustainable rebuilding can our lives be sustainable. Close or apart, we are one.
We are not deducting any cost. All the income will be donated. Please come and support.
To ensure transparency, Dharti Mata Sustainable Workshop would update their news and funding use on their Facebook page every 2 weeks. Nepal earthquake rebuilding Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1445922629057972/
We are a joint volunteer effort of different individuals, artists of many different disciplines and organisations including many Green Living organizations.
1. Dharti Mata Sustainable Workshop
2. Kheti Bazaar
Furthermore, an event named “In oneness, sustain, rebuild Nepal Charity show and fair” will be held on 26th June 2015. Through this charity music show and bazaar, we target to raise funds for building 60 bamboo temporary houses.
Date: Jun 26, 2015 (Fri)
Venue: Hang Out, 2 Holy Cross Path, Sai Wan Ho, HK
Charity sales: 12:00-5:00pm
Fair ticket (onsite purchase): $50 (The ticket can redeem to cash coupon for any purchase on site. People who have show ticket is free to enter the fair.)
Charity music show: 5:30pm - 11:00pm
Music show ticket fee: $250 per head
All the income will be donated without deducting any cost.
Nepalese band Now and Awakened (aka The InnerCore)
Sustainable Mini Charity Sales Market
(All sales from the fair will donate entirely without deducting any cost)
All organisations listed in no particular order:
Dream Walker: Handmade gemstone accessories and white sage.
Hebe Law: Handcrafted artisanal leather goods.
Africa Penguin: Specialized in making the whiskey of coffee by cold brew process, which extract the essence from coffee. You should try the ‘Iced Whiskey of Coffee’ in this hot summer!
Moss Terrarium: Each terrarium is designed for the indoor greening. These trendy glass terrariums represent the sustaining life.
Zoe Tam: Local handmade skin care
Tracy, [email protected] Flower forest: Fresh flowers are used to produce unique and elegant jewelries, which captures the most beautiful moment of flowers.
Fanny Tang: A Hong Kong artist born in the Republic of Nauru. She and her students donated their ceramic works for charity. Come and take their artworks to home in an affordable price!
Atelier Couleurs: Staring from a thread, each unique fabric is weaved with care. Apart from that, there will be looms for you to experience the joy in weaving.
Mapopo Community Farm Food Stall: Hand-made delicious organic food made with care by local farmers.
LEE KAI HO mini photo exhibition (https://vimeo.com/leekaiho)
Lee Kai Ho went to Nepal in March for business, and, while there, took a series of photographs. Through the lens, he gained profound experiences from the people and happenings. One month afterwards, news of the Earthquake hit him with mixed emotions. Thereafter, he decided to share captured images of Nepal, and, through the charity sales of the photos, also give a helping hand to his Nepalese friends.
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