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Donating to the Himalayan Trust

Every contribution, large or small, will help bring better education, safe water and better healthcare to remote villages in the Everest region, and will help communities rebuild following the devastating earthquakes in 2015.

All donations are processed securely through Paypal. Please click on the Donate now button to make a payment or to set up a monthly payment.


To BNZ account number
02 0256 0031716 001
To make donations from out of New Zealand, you may need our SWIFT code:BKNZNZ22, and BSB number: 02 0256

Please email with your details if you would like a tax receipt.



Please post to the Himalayan Trust
P.O. Box 43
Auckland 1140
New Zealand

How your donation makes a difference

These costs are indicative only and reflect the cost of providing them.

Books in schools

High in the Everest region of Nepal, schools are very poorly funded with little in the way of resources. Reading books and school stationery are luxury items for families and schools. A donation of $60 could provide essential school books for 10 children.

Desks and benches for schools

All 60 schools supported by the Himalayan Trust were damaged in the earthquakes and 10 were completely destroyed. A donation of $33 could provide a desk and bench for two school children, helping us to refit those schools and ensure children can continue their education.

Supporting Science

The Himalayan Trust is working to improve the quality of education in Nepal.  Your gift could help us provide equipment for a high school science lab.

Annual scholarship for a high school student

The people of the mountains have a right to a good education. With your help, the Trust aims to grow the number of scholarships it issues for young men and women in Solukhumbu.

Toilet block for 200 students

Following the devastating earthquakes earlier this year, the Trust will be rebuilding classrooms, teacher’s quarters, student hostels and toilet blocks in at least 22 schools across the Everest region. Your gift will help us build the schools back stronger than before and better able to withstand their tough environment.