Rebuild, Educate, Assist, Children, Hope


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Reach For Nepal


In April 2015, Nepal was devastated by the region’s worst earthquake in 80 years. The 7.8 magnitude quake and its aftershocks killed over 8000 people, flattened villages and left thousands injured. Experts say rebuilding will cost billions of dollars. As one of the world’s poorest countries, Nepal can’t rebuild alone. This is especially true for rural and remote villages where access to aid is limited.
The REACH for Nepal Foundation has been established to provide practical and financial assistance to rural Nepalese communities primarily affected by the earthquake.
REACH for Nepal is a registered charity with the Australian Charities Not for Profit Commission (ACNC). REACH for Nepal is also a registered business (ABN 30 607 659 567).

Rebuild, Educate, Assist, Children, Hope


News and Updates

  • The next instalment of fundraising dinner is on Thu 5 May, 2016 at the Hungry Buddha, Curtin. Tickets are $50 per head pre purchased which can be booked here or by calling 02 6285 2425
  • REACH for Nepal is organising an exhibition at Canberra Art Works, Phillip by a renowned artist from Nepal, Chettra Lal Kayastha to raise funds for the foundation. More information to follow soon.
  • The community rebuild projects are finalised for Nov and Dec 2016. For more information click here

How is REACH for Nepal different?

What sets the REACH for Nepal Foundation apart is that it uses its strong cultural ties and detailed knowledge of Nepal to identify and support projects that contribute to rebuilding schools and villages. Overhead costs will be minimised because the time and effort of board members and those associated with the foundation is provided on a voluntary basis.

REACH for Nepal also provides an opportunity for people who might otherwise feel quite helpless to assist and make a difference in a practical and/or financial manner.

Make a Donation

Your donation will contribute directly to supporting projects in rural villages in Nepal. We appreciate donations via credit card or direct deposit.