NEPAL REGIONAL EARTHQUAKE APPEAL
In response to this tragedy, we are hosting an OPEN MIC NIGHT to raise much needed funds for the AUSTRALIAN RED CROSS 'Nepal Region Earthquake Appeal'. Funds raised from the Nepal Region Earthquake Appeal will provide humanitarian support to people and communities in Nepal and in regions affected by the Nepal earthquake, including:
- emergency relief and recovery assistance
- water and sanitation, shelter, health, protection, livelihoods, community safety and resilience initiatives
- sending specialist aid workers to assist in initial assessments, relief, recovery and longer-term disaster management operations
- supporting Red Cross to prepare for, scale up and deliver relief and recovery services.
Saturday, May 30 at 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Forestville Memorial Hall
Corner Starkey Street and Warringah Road, Forestville, New South Wales, Australia 2087
Adults $20 pp
Senior/Concession/Student $12 pp
Children (12 years & under) $10 pp
Family (2 adults + 2 kids) $ 50
Snacks and drinks will be provided
Despite the great sadness for this event, it will be a FANTASTIC night so please SPREAD THE WORD and help the people of Nepal by inviting your family and friends!!!
Organised by Members of:
St Stephen's Anglican Church, Belrose
The Forest Justice Project
International Nepal Fellowship
MKG Events Pty Ltd
For more information contact:- Michael Grey - MKG Events Pty Ltd
Photos For Nepal Campaign
Contact Prajwol 0401654554, Kirtan 0401400414 or Satish 0416 364 709 for more detail.
Here is an incredibly heartbreaking footage of Hindi, Sindhupalchowk captured by Chandra Mandil Yogal, Public Health Manager, Department of Community Programs, Dhulikhel Hospital. Chandra along with Monika,Roshan,Sanjeev,Dr. Dipu and Bhuwan from Dhulikhel Hospital left yesterday morning for Hindi Health Center, Fulpin Katti-4, Sindhupalchowk for assessing damage and the possibility of restoring clinical services and other activities run through this center. This center established in Nov 2011 is a satellite clinic of Dhulikhel Hospital and had collapsed completely due to the earthquake of 25th April. The earthquake of 12:50 pm yesterday set off a massive landslide. "We were caught unawares, the mountain fells and it was dark with dust. We walked for hours to find a place where we could get mobile signal and called Dhulikhel Hospital." says Chandra who was airlifted to safety yesterday. The rest of the team were brought safely in the helicopter today. #nepalearthquake2015 #nepalelief #prayfornepal #medicalaidnepalPosted by Dhulikhel Hospital on Wednesday, May 13, 2015