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    More than 3 billion people live on less than $2.50 a day

     

  • We are a for-purpose organisation dedicated to eradicating poverty and to ease the lives of those who live under extreme hardship. We have big dreams and our mission is to impact the lives of 1M people in 10 years.

    Here’s how we do that.

    We shine a light into

    the dark

    We investigate and highlight the darker social issues and demand change.

    Our actions are free of financial motivation

    100% of donations fund our projects, so that you know where your money goes.

    We empower people to stand in their power

    We believe that even small actions can lead to big changes

  • Nepal is among the poorest and least developed countries in the world, with about one-quarter of its population living below the poverty line. We are simply not cool with that.

    So shouldn't you.

  • Our solutions

    We believe there's no one-size-fits-all approach to impactful aid, so every project is unique and tailored to what the local needs are. We listen, we analyse, we adapt. We solve problems.

    Building schools.

    Ongoing project

    Help us give education for a better future.

    On the second anniversary of the devastating earthquake that hit Nepal and its beautiful people, we laid the first stone for the new East Point Academy in Melamchi. The goal is to provide the kids with a safe place to learn and grow and maximise their potential.

     

    7.5M of the Nepali population is illiterate, and 66% are women. Education helps break the poverty cycle, empowers women and helps prevent disease.

    Prostethics.

    Ongoing project

    Give the gift of walking and help them get back on their feet.

    A life-changing project in partnership with The Oda Foundation and Prosthetics Without Borders, that helped 24 patients get back on their feet. The camp was established the remote and impoverished district of Kalikot in West Nepal.

     

    Of the 22,000 injured in last year’s earthquake, around 5,000 people were left with physical disabilities that will affect the rest of their lives.

    Anti-child trafficking.

    Ongoing project

    Help us keep the children safe and with their families.

    The Acts of Kindness Collective and Forget Me Not are together fighting child trafficking. We focus on the development of community awareness campaigns to educate villagers about the dangers of traffickers and how they operate.

     

    Every year, 7,000 Nepali women and girls are trafficked to India.

  • Our progress

    +38,230

    Victims helped

    15,230

    Trained to stop trafficking

    34

    Villages served

    4

    Medical camps

    612

    Numbers of donors

    50

    Homes built

  • Make an impact

    Join us with a recurring donation and you
    can help transform lives every month

  • Your donation builds schools, supports anti-child trafficking programs, buys prosthetics to amputees, and impacts lives. Our 100% Promise.