Distributing Tarps and Rice
Distributing tarps and rice in Lamjung as an immediate response for #Nepalearthquake
Provide Emergency Relief
Volunteer with Yes Helping Hands in our effort to rebuild Nepal. Whether you are Nepali, foreign, blind, deaf, or disabled, we can make a difference together. Top left:- Villagers returning to their home
Nepal Earthquake 2015
Being a poor country, Nepal had to suffer much from this recent earthquake. Help us support these poor people. Your small help means a lot to them.
We need volunteers!
The team reached the epicenter. One of our very kind volunteers, Peter distributing rice, beaten rice and medicine supplies to Barpark, Gorkha.
Nepal Pashmina and Cashmere Handicrafts
We are a non-profit organization that began four years ago with a mission to empower blind, deaf, and paraplegic persons, providing them with the tools, training, and support necessary to become independent through weaving handicrafts.
A happy face
We have sent support/relief to 101 different places in Nepal. We are very happy that our small effort has brought smiles in peoples faces. Please help us to continue our efforts until and unless these people are relocated.
It's very difficult to provide support/relief materials to villages that are out of reach of roads. Our truck ready to provide relief to Sindhupalchowk
Analyzing earthquake effected areas for relief.
Yeshelpinghands.org team going on foot to the most affected rural areas of Lalitpur, Nepal. First we need to prioritize areas based on the damage caused by the earthquake and send relief and support to those who really need it.
Sindhupalchowk, One of the most affected areas.
Our team of dedicated and organised people went to Sindhupalchowk themselves and distributed packages each costing around $34. That small amount you donated could buy 13kgs of Rice, 2kgs of beaten rice, salt, handwash, and small first aid kit, that could feed them for a week.
Nepal Emergency Relief
Help send emergency relief packages containing rice, dal, beaten rice, soya, noodles, medicine, sleeping mat, blanket, and tent to families in Nepal. Volunteers and donations needed.
Yeshelpinghands.org has a sister organization "Helping hands handicraft. It is run by people with disabilities and currently we have put an halt to it and been helping earthquake victims of Nepal from Yeshelpinghands.org.
About our handicraft organization.
Yes Helping Hands with the motive to promote and preserve traditional and religious artifacts, which is probably the first wholesale Handicraft shop in Nepal at Pokhara,Lakeside was set up by "Dinesh Thapa". It has come down a long race to come on to the present position where it deals with hundreds of foreign and local Business parties.
Yes Helping Hands intends to increase family participation in economic enterprises that give out various cottage Handicraft products. We are served up and facilitated from different regions, religious societies and underprivileged community people. This co-existence with us is availing them of a regular income source to uplift their life.
We are working for two decades and are literally genuine Nepalese Handicrafts manufacturers, wholesalers and exporters. We have specialized dealing with a wide range of handicrafts,pashmina, handmade product, scarf, shawl, blanket, jumper, puncho & natural product etc.
These crafts are genuinely handmade by our expert artisans and craftsmen maintaining high quality in craftsmanship with traditional workmanship followed from generations.
Quality is the prime importance to us and we are constantly improving our standards of excellence for providing better quality products and services. The professionals and quality conscious approach to the business has made us a reliable name in the international market. We manufacture fine products and try best to give our valued clients high quality with timely delivery of bulk orders in a very reasonable and competitive price.
Yes Helping Hands exports Nepalese Handicrafts to USA, UK, Europe, Australia, Japan, India, China, Tibet, Pakistan, Korea, France, Italy, Spain, Canada and East Asian Countries.
Yes Helping Hands is to support the overall growth and development of Handicrafts by maintaining state of art design technology in Nepal.
To Increase economic opportunities and enhance business skills and explore potentials.
To promote Nepalese Handicrafts market all over the World.
To target low income level people.
To keep alive age old Nepalese and Tibetan art lineage.
To bequeath traditional know-how to the posterity.
To continue producing young and new artists.
To make a proper management of the items produced from the different raw materials by the dispersed workers and to promote market in an integrated way.