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.
Helping Hands Life Story Interviews
1. How has your life changed since coming to work at Helping Hands?
2. What is your favorite part of working at Helping Hands?
3. Tell me one thing you want people to know about yourself.
4. What is your aim for the future?
The oldest deaf employee at Helping Hands, Prakash feels a sense of leadership and responsibility toward his coworkers. Before being employed at Helping Hands, he had no job and little to do, but now he has work he enjoys and can be independent. He is happy to support himself and his family, including his wife a two children. One day Prakash hopes to learn everything there is to know about designing and weaving so that he can eventually open his own independent cashmere factory and shop.
Though he is the most reserved of the Helping Hands employees, Deepak is fiercely appreciative of his work. He never before imagined that he could have such an opportunity not only to learn and work but also to support his family. Outside of Helping Hands he does accounting and sales work, but having coworkers who communicate in the same way he does is invaluable to Deepak. When he is not working, he enjoys watching professional sports and sending messages to his friends.