NSP will once again be hosting our annual fundraiser at Jake's Bar and Grill in Burlington, Ontario on October 22 from 12:30-3:30! Funds raised from this event has had a HUGE impact on villages rebuilding after the earthquake. 50 toilets will be complete by the end of September and 29 taps have been 90% completed to serve 441 people in 46 households! 4 Tanks have also been installed as reservoirs. While tremendous work has been done we still have a long way to go to ensure that all villages have safe drinking water and toilets and all children have the opportunity to go to school.
Tickets include delicious hor d'oeuvres and live music and you won't want to miss out on our incredible silent and live auction items! We look forward to seeing you!
Address: 50 Walkers Line, Burlington, Ontario, L7N2G2
Fran Lloyd, Chair and Director of NSP Canada made a presentation about NSP to 120 kindergarten children at St Timothy's Public School in Burlington, Ontario. St. Timothy's kindergarten students put together 130 school kits for us to take to Nepal in November! It was a tremendous and fun day and such a generous gesture! Thank you St. Timothy's!
Our wonderful friend Jane Whitely will be running the London Marathon on April 23rd and as part of her run she is generously raising funds for NSP! This is a magnificent event with 40, 000 runners! Please support Jane and NSP by donating! You can either contact her directly (E-mail: email@example.com) or go to the following websites.
NSP is now accepting Aeroplan Miles for donations! Donate NOW! Aeroplan's Charitable Pooling Program focuses on supporting organizations and individuals who want to improve the lives of people in their local communities. Your Aeroplan Miles will aid NSP in travel, car rental, hotel stays and merchandise. The donated Aeroplan Miles may also be used as prizes for fundraising. In some cases, community members may also use this pooling option to help an individual in dire need of assistance for medical purposes or a family emergency. NSP is fuelled by our relationship with our Board in Nepal and our ability to respond to crisis in our villages. To do our job well we need to be on the ground in Nepal as much as possible, collaborating on projects and building capacity. Your Aeroplan Miles would go a long way in helping us to meet our goals. To donate click here!
NSP would like to thank all of those who attended our fundraiser at Jake's Bar and Grill in Burlington! Your incredible generosity has allowed us to move forward with building our first-ever "earthquake proof" school in Kavre! Schools should be a beacon of hope and optimism and we are proud that the students in the photo below will now attend a school that will remain strong and in-tact through earthquakes and other natural disasters.
Students at the Forres Sandle Manor school in UK hosted an incredible bake sale for Nepal School Projects that raised a whopping £668! This demonstrates how Nepal School Projects can capture the hearts of young and old alike across the world. For more information about the bake sale, including how the students were engaged and what it looked like in action, click on the links below! If you are interesting in getting students involved in your community, please contact NSP at firstname.lastname@example.org.
THANK YOU FORRES SANDLE MANOR! NSP greatly appreciates your efforts and your actions will make a meaningful and lasting impact on the life of students in Nepal.
NSP was fortunate to have the wonderful students and teachers at Hopewell Public School raise funds for NSP through their annual Blizzard Bazaar! The annual Blizzard Bazaar is put on by Hopewell's Me to We philanthropy group. The bazaar is a fun-filled evening led by students, with lots of crafts and baked goods to buy, student performances, raffles, face painting, and a silent auction! This year the students also had an opportunity to write a letter to students in Banakhu! Hopewell raised a whopping $13, 000! We are exceptionally grateful! Thank you Hopewell Public School!
Click here to view the incredible video they created that highlights the power of students helping students and why YOU should get involved. The video was created by Elia Sailkaly-an award winning filmmaker!