As part of the Nimsdai Foundation’s disaster relief programme the charity is donating £50,000 to support the flood-hit region – and is fundraising to help as many people affected as possible.
The flooding hitting the region currently is causing damage on an unimaginable scale – with the death toll climbing - millions have been displaced and livelihoods have been destroyed by the unrelenting rains.
The Nimsdai Foundation, set up by Nepalese climber Nimsdai Purja, is raising funds to help the Big Mountain communities in Pakistan that have been hit by this disaster.
In the mountainous Northern regions familiar to Nimsdai, villages and roads have been swept away, meaning communities are cut off and in desperate need of aid. The scale of the damage is such that Pakistan is asking for international assistance in order to help provide people in affected areas with food, clean drinking water, shelter and medical assistance.
The Foundation is working closely with agencies including the Red Crescent, Pakistan Army, 1122 Pakistan Rescue Organisation, Islamic Relief UK, Akhuwat and Rizq to provide monetary support.
Please help us raise funds in order to help the people in Pakistan. The Foundation has pledged to donate £50k to support the Big Mountain communities, but we are asking our supporters to help us help as many people as possible through donations via Go Fund Me.
Thank you again,
Paul Maher – Charity Director at The Nimsdai Foundation Team
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