FUNDRAISER: Maya Sherpa Project donation

We have just donated $1000 of the fundraiser photo ebook proceeds to the Maya Sherpa Project. This brings the overall donations from our fundraiser to over $4000. Thank you all so much for your support!! Please consider telling others about this project!

We know the Maya Sherpa Project personally and 100% confident that our donation will quickly reach those who need it most. Their focus is on supporting Sherpas in remote Himalayan villages. Those villages are the ones that need help most at this point.

Sherpas in remote Himalayan villages
Sherpas in remote Himalayan villages

Here is their page on the 2015 Nepal Earthquake. Please feel free to also directly donate to them.

FUNDRAISER: Update 2015-04-30

It’s been five days since the earthquake and two days since we started selling our fundraiser ebook People of the Himalayas.

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I’m thrilled to be able to report that we have just crossed the $4000 line and we have already donated $3000 of those to dZi.org over the last two days. dZi is a local charity that we trust and that will get help directly to the Nepali people without any unnecessary overhead. Visit the dZi.org website.

This wouldn’t have been possible without YOU. We and the Nepali people are eternally grateful that you all chipped in. Thank you!

FUNDRAISER: People Of The Himalayas

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In April 2015, Nepal was hit hard by a devastating earthquake that brought down buildings and killed and injured thousands of people. Chris Marquardt and Monika Andrae have visited and photographed the people and places of Kathmandu, Patan, Bhakthapur and other areas in and around Nepal from 2009 to 2014. Areas that were hit hard by the earthquake.

Celebrate this area of the world and the people who live there while donating to help rebuild!

» Get the ebook now and support rebuilding Nepal

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