Beds for Children Campaign: Supporting Rural Children in Need

Imagine being a child and having to share a wooden platform (a little like a simple wooden table) no more than a few metres wide with 9 other children all at the back of your classroom, where the likelihood of sickness spreading easily is surrounding you and you have no space to call your own.I will be running the Gold Coast half marathon to help raise valuable funds to build specially designed bunk beds for this group of Special Needs school children in rural Nepal, every $ you donate will help make a huge difference to the lives of these children and really mean the world to me.
This campaign successfully reached its funding goal and ended 3 years ago
201% Funded
  • $1,103.50 Donated
  • $550.00 Goal
  • 35 Donors
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About the Campaign

I am supporting The Help Nepal Appeal, a social platform that brings people together from around the world to support the people of Nepal and helping them to raise much needed funds for 10 Special Needs children in the rural Tanahun District of Nepal to gain clean and sanitary individual beds for each child.


My goal is to raise $400AUD to help towards the cost of having these beds made. These beds will be hand built by a local community carpenter (helping to fully support and empower the local village) they are a unique design that gives each Special Needs child a safe and secure space of their own.


These children, who had been deprived of proper support before The Help Nepal Appeal decided to help, not only share this wooden platform to sleep but also in this limited space they also have to learn, eat and live 24/7 for most of the year. I am personally so happy to be helping to give these children not only better living conditions but also more hope for the future.


Background information about The Help Nepal Appeal

On the 25th of April 2015, Nepal was hit by a 7.8 magnitude earthquake that ripped from the epicenter 48 miles (77 km) Northwest of Kathmandu right throughout Nepal followed by two large aftershocks that killed over 9000 people destroying villages and leaving thousands without homes.

Founder Jody Lee Dontje set her life mission after that day to give back and help the Nepali people get there lives back together so that they can become independent again with needing our help. This is when TNHA was born.


About THNA

“The Help Nepal Appeal” is a social platform that brings people from around the world together, to allow individuals and organisations locally and globally to reach remote parts of Nepal. We empower national citizens and volunteers from Nepal as well as international volunteers from around the globe.

Relying mainly on social media, our non-for-profit social initiative shines light onto the power of human connection and story sharing.

Our greatest passion is empowerment, we seek to empower communities, families and individuals so that they become independent and not depend on our help. We allow men, women and children to prosper and flourish, to create more sustainable ways of helping.

“The Help Nepal Appeal” team believes that every human being has the right to:

– A Quality Education.

– A Safe Home & Learning Environment.

– Clean Food and Water.

– Hope for the Future.

We aim to help people gain these rights through 4 main focuses; education, construction, empowerment and sustainable change.

“The Help Nepal Appeal” aims to provide the basic human rights through the following Action Avenues:

Empowerment (this is our Umbrella Value) Programs: Enabling the Nepali communities, families and individuals to become independent, not dependent on us.

Tailored Volunteer Programs (Empowering Internationally and Nationally)

Providing Valuable Resources to People in Need (with a Sustainable Approach): Answering cries for help; providing resources for survival along with a sustainable program focusing on empowerment.

Construction (Empowering Approach; with the involvement of locals): Creating safe home and learning environments, and empowering locals in the process.

Teaching Programs (Enabling the Prospering of Education)

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