| Name|| Web/Email Address|| Purpose|
|Maiti Nepalfirstname.lastname@example.org||Women's Right|
|Martin Chautariemail@example.com||Youth Empowerment And Informing|
|Muktifirstname.lastname@example.org||Rescue of nepali women forced to prostitution.|
|Nirvanaemail@example.com||Help the elderly people.|
|Simrikfirstname.lastname@example.org||The oldest for the NGO carrying |
|Help Nepal Network (HeNN)||www.helpnepal.com ||
HELP NEPAL Network (HeNN) is a global charity run on a fully voluntary basis bringing together individuals who love Nepal together, to contribute towards health and education in the remote parts of the country. |
|Friends of Maiti Nepal||www.friendsofmaitinepal.org/||Maiti Nepal was established in 1993 by a concerned group of Nepalese, to combat the trafficking
of girls and women, to rescue and rehabilitate victims, and to fight for the welfare of women and
children in Nepal.|
|COMMUNITY MEMBERS INTERESTED||www.communitymembersinterested.org/||COMMITTED consists of Nepali professionals living in the United States and Nepal whose common interest is to help Nepali communities.|
|Nepalese Children's Education Fund||www.nepalchildren.org/bottles/||Every Bottle is worth 5 Cents (Call to have your bottles picked up - Boston)
|Doko Dai - Mobile Library Project||doko.sebsonline.org/||The Sustainable Doko Dai Mobile Library Project aims to supplement educational materials in villages through Doko (cane basket) mobile library services |
|Esther Bejnamins Trust||www.ebtrust.org.uk/site/home.htm||Transforming the Lives of Marginalised and disadvantaged Nepali Children|
|The Himalayan Children's Foundation (HCF)||www.hcf-nepal.org/||
The Himalayan Children's Foundation (HCF) was founded in 1997 by a group of young and energetic Nepali social workers with the objective of improving the education, health and living condition of helpless, poor and orphaned children from the mountain districts of Nepal.
|Everest Trekking Canada $upports||www.everesttrekking.com/charity.htm||Sir Edmund Hillary Foundation of Canada
222 Jarvis St.
Toronto ON M5B 2B8
Since the early 60's the Foundation has built schools, bridges, hospitals and clinics, and has planted more than one million seedlings in the Khumbu.