In September 2018, my husband Ron and I went on a trek in Langtang
Valley, Nepal. Prior to our trek, we met Aley Lama, a retired Buddhist monk
who introduced us to the children and staff at Helping Hands Children's Home in
There are 22 orphaned children. We went on our trek and I couldn’t stop thinking about the children and their circumstances. I believe that God led us to this orphanage. The children touched our hearts, and each is without parents due to the earthquake, illness, accidents or civil war. So you can
imagine, they are lacking basic necessities.
We are raising money for this orphanage and other orphanages in
Nepal. 100% of money collected will go to purchase food, water,
medication, and anything else needed for their home. The government of Nepal has
virtually no social service programs to help these children. The house needs work inside and out.
The children and staff are grateful for any help. Thank you and God Bless!
Religion that is pure and undefiled before God and the Father is this: to care for orphans and
widows in their affliction and to keep oneself unstained by the world.
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Helping Hands Children’s Home
The plumbing needs work in the kitchen and bathrooms.
Here you can see that they use a burner and rice cooker to prepare