Donate to 3 Angels Nepal

Donate directly to 3 Angels Nepal where each and every dollar raised goes to help the people of Nepal. Every cent is spent on changing the lives of the people in Nepal.
You can make a one-off donation, or commit to a monthly donation. The choice is yours, and every donation made to 3 Angels Nepal is greatly appreciated.
All Australian donations over $2 are tax deductible, and a tax receipt will come from our partner Asian Aid by end of financial year. Unfortunately at this time donations made from Countries other than Australia are not tax deductible, but are still welcomed. 100% of EVERY donation goes directly to 3 Angels Nepal, we do NOT take any admin fees.

Australian Donations:

Donate directly to 3 Angels Nepal, choose the amount you can afford. Donate either once only, or on a monthly basis. No amount is too large or small, of course large brings more help, but we are appreciative and thankful for every amount.

Enter the amount you would like to donate into the field below, fill out your details, and donate now. Thank you!

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Donation Total: $2.00

International Donations:

Donate directly to 3 Angels Nepal, choose the amount you can afford. Donate either once only, or on a monthly basis. No amount is too large or small, of course large brings more help, but we are appreciative and thankful for every amount.

Unfortunately at this time donations made from Countries other than Australia are not tax deductible, but are still welcomed.

Enter the amount you would like to donate into the field below, fill out your details, and donate now. Thank you!

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Donation Total: $2.00

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Latest News and Information.

National Hero of Nepal 2016

By | September 12th, 2016|Categories: 3 Angels Developments, 3 Angels Team|

“Dr. Rajendra Gautam, an Adventist Lay Pastor and the founder/CEO of 3 Angels Nepal has been awarded with “National Hero award 2016” in Kathmandu Nepal; on the auspicious occasion of the International Human Trafficking Day 5th September 2016. Mrs. Sushila Karki, the Honorable chief justice of the supreme court of Nepal handed [...]

Rajendra’s Rickshaws

By | July 25th, 2016|Categories: 3 Angels Team, Poverty, Stories of Hope|

Rajendra's work had turned into something far greater than he'd first expected - he had created a carry on impact for generations to come. In 2005, Rajendra decided to buy 5 rickshaws for some of the village boys in the Dhangadhi area in Western Nepal. The boys were all born [...]

The Story of Laaranya

By | May 25th, 2016|Categories: Human Trafficking, Rescue, Safehaven Home, Stories of Hope|

Laaranya came from a very remote village. At the age of 12 she was married to a 21 year old Nepali man. Although it is illegal, underaged marriages still happen in poor and uneducated villages in Nepal. Laaranya was only 15 years old when she had her first baby. By [...]

The Story of Alisha

By | May 25th, 2016|Categories: Human Trafficking, Rescue, Safehaven Home, Stories of Hope|

Alisha cooking, learning new skills with the love of her new sisters at the Safe Haven home. Alisha* was only four years old when her father died. Her mother met a new man who she wanted to go off with, so she gave her little daughter away to a man [...]

The Story of Maliha

By | May 25th, 2016|Categories: Human Trafficking, Rescue, Safehaven Home, Stories of Hope|

Maliha today, a trained tailor with a renewed sense of worth, safe from the threat of human trafficking. Maliha* was born in a remote Badhi village. Most Badhi women traditionally survive through either prostitution or trafficking by the men of the village. One day, Maliha’s uncle came to her mother [...]

1 year on from Earthquake and still little relief

By | March 8th, 2016|Categories: 3 Angels Team, Children, Nepal Earthquake 2015, Poverty|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

A mother and her baby making do with makeshift housing despite the imminent monsoon season. Despite a global effort in responding to the April 2015 earthquake that shattered the Kathmandu Valley in Nepal, there is still much to be done to assist the displaced and vulnerable communities now living in [...]

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