Help Survivors of Nepal Earthquake

by World Concern


A devastating magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck Nepal on April 25 near the country's capital of Kathmandu. The number of casualties is rising by the hour, and thousands are confirmed dead or injured. Buildings collapsed and homes have crumbled. World Concern is responding to the needs of survivors with emergency aid, such as water, shelter, food, medical supplies, and more.
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A devastating magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck near Nepal's capital of Kathmandu on April 25. Damage is widespread, destroying homes and building, causing injuries and loss of life in 30 districts in Western and Central Nepal. Estimates are that 8 million people are in need of aid.


Your gift helps us reach people affected by this disaster in greatest need immediately. We are currently working to assess the needs of survivors in remote, unreached areas and respond immediately with life-saving aid, such as water, shelter, food, and emergency supplies.

Long-Term Impact

With 60 years of experience in disaster response and development, World Concern is committed to walking with victims of disaster long-term, helping them rebuild their lives, homes, and livelihoods. Depending on the specific needs of people in Nepal, we offer cash-for-work income, livelihood assistance, shelter assistance, agricultural and food security training, disaster risk reduction, and more.



Organization Information

World Concern

Location: Seattle, WA - USA
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
Cathy Herholdt
Seattle, WA United States

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Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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