Join us and make an impact: help bring about transformation in Nepal. As a charitable organization, we are entirely reliant on the kindness and generosity of its volunteers and donors to fund its projects. We are tremendously thankful for those who have supported the organization over the years, enabling VSN to make massive changes to the lives of thousands of underprivileged children and women in Nepal. We need motivated, passionate individuals to raise awareness and give a donation to our work. Volunteer Society Nepal is a locally founded (Fundraising Support) Nepali volunteering organization. We have founded different projects and, with the help of volunteers, continue to run these:
We run these projects by utilizing part of the fees that we receive from our volunteers. Through our projects, we have been able to provide supports to hundreds of underprivileged children and women.
Women have a difficult position in Nepal. They have less access to education and, in addition to caring for their children, often have to do a lot of work. In order to empower these women, the provision of education for these disadvantaged women is very important. We want to teach them more independence through education, support and training. Therefore, in 2017, thanks to a large donation, we have been able to build and open a center for women who are not yet able to read, write or calculate well. We also teach in English. Most women are over 30 years old. Some are going to school for the first time! Here are some examples of how your donation could be used:
|50||To buy books for a woman in the VSN’s literacy programs, or a woman in the VSN literacy classes|
|100||To buy a sewing machine for the VSN’s training programs, or for a woman starting her own business|
|150||To pay rent for the women center for a month.|
|150||To hire a teacher who teaches 30 underprivileged women for a month|
|250||To pay for a woman to take part in a 6 month tailoring training course|
|250||To pay for a woman to take part in a 6 month weaving training course|
|250||To buy a computer to run computer classes for the women|
|1000||To set up a nice library for the women|
Our center for children with intellectual disabilities has 25 children that are looked after. The parents of these children do not have enough money to support their children and instead of keeping them locked up, they can now
bring them to the center. Our center is looking for small donations for some materials and for organizing some social events with the kids. We are also looking for bigger donations for buying a special Mini-van in the future.
Please have a look at our fundraising page here.
|100||1. A one day recreational program for the children, for example take them to the zoo
2. Salary for the house maid for one month
|200||1. Nutritional food supplies for one month
2. Transportation costs for children
|500||Rent for two months|
|1000||1. New winter clothes for ALL of the children
2. Two months worth of dry food
|more than a 1000 Euro||We are looking for funding for a new van to transport the children to the center. Many parents do not have the money to bring their child to the center and therefore many children are still at home and unable to be supported by our center.|
In Kathmandu, in the district “PepsiCola”, in 2008 there was a need for affordable quality schools. That’s why we started a private school (CBIA), without a profit. Thus, the school fees can remain low. For 20-25% of the children is a special arrangement, they do not pay school fees. The school finances this with the school fees of the remaining 75-80%. In this way, all children have an equal chance of high-quality education. The vision and approach soon became a huge success. The school grew rapidly, in reputation and in size. We now have 800 students with which we are almost at the maximum. We have rightly built an excellent name, which is also reflected in the actual school results and exams. The school is now self-sufficient for the running budget, but we are looking for donations to
further develop it.
|500||1. The redevelopment of the science room
2. The refurbishment of the computer room
|1000||1. The use of tablets for students who are running behind
2. The expansion of the library
|more than a 1000 Euro||We are looking for funding to make the CBIA school self sufficient by putting solar panels on the roof. Take an opportunity to make a difference in lives of children and women in Nepal. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org|