Friends of Himalayan Children Inc. gladly accepts financial donations and ensures that over 96 cents in every dollar donated goes directly into supporting the children in Batase Village and surrounding areas. We can guarantee this because the charity is entirely administered by volunteers, only employing essential professional services that are required by regulators such as accounting and auditing.
The charity also accepts donated goods. See below for further information.
Donations are collected by Westpac Bank of Australia and can be made by debit or credit card, or Paypal. Yon can choose to make a one-off donation or organise a regular donation.Donate now
Make a one-off donation, or set up a regular donation, directly into our bank account via your online banking service. Once you make your donation, please leave your details on our contact page.
Account Name: FHC Inc.
BSB: 034664/Account No: 262957
(Please use your name as a reference.)
FHC coordinates and oversees the collection, transport and distribution of a range of donated goods to the people in Batase Village. Items that are particularly needed and appreciated are medical supplies, stationery and children’s clothes, in a range of sizes. Cold weather clothes are always needed in Nepal, as such jackets, beanies and other warm clothes are always welcomed. Also, with the opening of the new Batase Library in 2018, we’d love to receive any books you’re happy to contribute. When donating goods, please be mindful of the environmental impact. Waste disposal is an issue in Nepal, so please remove plastic wrapping and extraneous materials before packing.
Please note, current travel restrictions make it impossible for us to get materials to Nepal for now. We have limited capacity for storage but if you have materials for donation, contact us and we can come up with a plan.
The FHC and people of Batase Village in Nepal thank you for your support. Your donation will be used to help change lives by empowering women and children with education and pathways to a life of choices.
© Friends of Himalayan Children 2021