It is crazy thinking back on how I was in the epicentrum of Nepal less than a year ago, to now see how everything has fallen to pieces. At the time I was there I got to know and love the inner and outer beauty of its nature and citizens. My most popular photos were without a doubt from Nepal (http://goo.gl/WDibRG).
At the same time as I made friends and business contacts, the incredibly poor state of the infrastructure was shocking. It has been argued that the government could have prevented or at least diminished the magnitude of damages. The Nepalese are now suffering the consequences.
I wish I could have been there for the amazingly kind people I met that now are in need. Being unable to help on location, I want to show my support for the charity that I was visiting their division in Nepal with last year. The foundation started a fundraiser to assist with the most acute services over the next couple of weeks, where their hospital is involved. See here: http://eyecarefoundation.eu/news-earthquake-nepal/
In contrast with Facebook (that also have pulled some strings), this is a foundation I know, trust and personally have been involved with so I vouch for them. If you cannot spare any cents, it would be outmost appreciated if you would share this post. Thank you.
#nepalearthquake #nepalquakerelief #fundraising #charityfundraising #donate #Nepal