Urgent Appeal for Earthquake Relief

WFN Needs Your Support Now!

A massive 7.8 earthquake in Nepal has killed thousands and left countless more injured and homeless. With the days mounting and rescue and relief efforts still hampered by continuing aftershocks and impassible road conditions, it is critical to get resources and help to the suffering people of Nepal.

Women’s Foundation Nepalis on the ground!

WFN is presently meeting with community leaders, buying much needed medical, water purification and sanitation supplies as well as tents, tarps and basic living needs for the people we can reach who are most in need.

You can support this immediate, on-the-ground relief effort.

Donate now by following this link*

*The Global Women’s Project is a non-profit sister organization to WFN. All donations from this appeal go directly to WFN and its emergency relief work.

 100% of your donation will go to immediate emergency relief support.

 

  • $5 can provide emergency access to clean water

  • $15 can provide a family with a weeks supply of rice
  • $25 can provide a family with warm blankets
  • $50 can provide a family with a tent.
  • $100 can provide women and their families with emergency medical supplies
  • $200 can provide a family with a complete emergency assistance package containing clean water, emergency shelter, blankets, food and medical supplies
  • $400 will provide a family with a new tin roof to begin the rebuilding process.

 

We need your help to get emergency assistance where it’s needed in these critical few days before larger organisations can scale up their operations. In hundreds of villages, people are completely without resource to food, water, shelter, warm clothing or medical supplies. Right now families are facing food and water shortages, are at risk of disease, and vulnerable women and their children are amongst the worst affected.

 

You can help!

Share this link to donate*

*The Global Women’s Project is a non-profit sister organization to WFN. All donations from this appeal go directly to WFN and its emergency relief work.

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