Dear Community members,
The recent 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck our mother country of Nepal has destroyed much of her entire nation. The devastation that our families and friends back home are enduring is insurmountable. Clean water, food, shelter, medical supplies and emergency relief personnel are desperately needed to save lives and secure safety. As a community, this tragedy is perhaps the greatest sorrow and challenge our generation has come to face. It is during this time we must show our support for the millions of people suffering under the most dire circumstances.
We are requesting a call for help to deliver immediate disaster relief assistance. This catastrophe is so enormous that there will be a long term need for recovery, rebuilding, and restructuring for months and even years to come. We are thankful to our Minnesota based community for stepping and contributing to these great demands.
So far we are proud to have raised over $302,205.00 in 2015.
Please click here to view the reports:
1000 blankets where distributed in Gorkha, Rasuwa, Sindhuli, Nuwakot and Nagarjun area during the 2015-16 winter season . ANMN President, Apeckchya Karki, was interviewed by BFBS radio and ABC channel Nepal regarding ANMN’s earthquake relief project. Here is the link to the video: https://m.youtube.com/
Pictures, video links, as well as updates of our fund disbursement work are posted on our social media sources.
Links to pictures:
Please show your support and donate to the ANMN Nepal Earthquake Relief Fund 2015 using the link below:
Send check made out to ‘Association of Nepalis in Minnesota’ to:
ANMN Nepal Earthquake Relief Fund 2015
c/o Apeckchya Karki, 329 Orendorff Way, Columbia Heights MN 55421
ANMN distributed portion of raised funds to The American Red Cross.
Let’s do all we can to help the people affected by this tragedy.
If you have any questions or concerns please send us an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
ANMN is a 501(c)(3) organization, which is a tax-exempt nonprofit organization.
IRS Form can be downloaded here.
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