Nepal needs more than money, in my opinion. Along with the money, they need help and guidance. They need foreign aid to working alongside them, to teach and assist them.
Not a bandaid.
It is so important to think about the charities we support, looking at the aid they give, their track records, whether admin costs come into play. I've included a couple choices in this post for charities that are covering the admin costs so your money will go straight to Nepal.
I also talk a little about charity in general.
These are the best meals I’ve had, for under $15.
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