Singapore Airlines is a sponsor for the REACH for Nepal foundation and provides additional luggage allowance free of charge for volunteers traveling to Nepal participating in rebuilding activities to enable the shipping of donated goods (e.g. school books, sporting equipment, dental hygiene material etc)
The Hungry Buddha, Nepalese Cuisine, Canberra, supports the Reach for Nepal Foundation by hosting quarterly fundraising dinners. These dinners contribute to a significant portion of the Foundation’s donations. The Nepalese restaurant also sells Reach for Nepal merchandise to raise additional funds.
Reach for Nepal Foundation Director Lou Nulley also owns and operates Canberra hatha yoga school Yoga Pathways. Through his network, Lou raises the Foundation’s profile for fundraising purposes and other activities.
Himalayan tour company The Buddha Odyssey assists the Reach for Nepal Foundation by organising community rebuilding trips to Nepal. These trips are of a fundraising nature, and 100 percent of funds are donated to the Foundation.
Mont is an Australian adventure clothing & equipment company, independently owned operated in Canberra for more than 35 years. Mont have a strong culture and love for outdoor adventure. Mont assists Reach for Nepal Foundation under Community Corporate partnership where we both leverage off diverse customer base.
Content writing agency Mint Content has been supportive of the Reach for Nepal Foundation since its establishment. Where possible, founder and lead content writer Amy Birchall provides pro bono content writing services for the Foundation.
World of Wellbeing has provided generous support for Reach for Nepal fundraising events. It also promotes the Foundation as an organisation it supports through its website and other channels.