There are lots ways you can raise funds to help build a better future for communities in Nepal. The most important thing is to have fun and to know that your efforts will make a huge difference.
Every donation, large or small will bring education, healthcare and safe water to communities in the Everest region of Nepal – and help keep Sir Ed’s legacy alive.
If you’re organising your own fundraising event, please let us know at email@example.com or use the fundraising form below, and we’ll do everything we can to help you make it a success.
Here’s a short video presentation (2.25min) that gives you and your friends and supporters a great overview of the Himalayan Trust’s work and impact in the Everest region of Nepal.
For useful materials, click here to see our page of banners, logos and pictures for you to use as well as other files for your social media accounts. If you have specific requirements, just email us and we’ll do our best to put something together. Your fundraising efforts mean a lot to us and will have an enormous impact on countless lives.
Can buy reading and stationary books for 10 children in a region where books are a luxury that many families and schools can’t afford.
Can fund equipment to kit out a high school science lab.
Can provide desks and benches for 20 children at schools damaged in the 2015 earthquakes.
Can build a safe sanitation facility at a school damaged in the 2015 earthquakes.
The Himalayan Trust represents Sir Edmund Hillary’s legacy and we are committed to making a difference in Nepal.
It’s important that your fundraising event, which will carry the logo and represent our name, aligns with our goals as an organisation: to empower communities and reduce poverty in the Everest Region and Nepal.
When organising your event, please make sure that it:
If your event fits these guidelines and you’re confident your energy will result in a good return then you’re ready to go. Just fill in the fundraising form to let us know the details.
Our supporters do some amazing things to raise money for communities in Nepal. What will you do?
For a little more inspiration, check out some of our recent fundraisers: