I was recently asked; “……name your one single biggest achievement from 2016 for CHANCE?”
In all honesty I would find it hard pressed to choose one – BUT, if I may I would like to tell you about 10 of my outstanding headlines from 2016, of which I am very proud – in our 2016 Annual Review. I have also included some personal highlights from my recent trip to Nepal in November 2016.
Thank you for your continued support and we look forward to the successes of 2017.
Barbara Datson, Founder of CHANCE for Nepal
We are excited to announce that we are currently in the process of launching our brand new website, which will further promote our continued efforts to raise awareness of the children and families who fell victim to the devastating earthquakes in Nepal.
The images of devastation and tragedy from April 25 resonated across the globe and the majority of us asked: “Why? What can I do to help?”
After such disasters, the best way for us to help is through charitable donations of money to credible charities, and without a doubt C.H.A.N.C.E. for Nepal is such one – a leading resource who aims to improve the children of Nepal’s health, education and well-being.
Our new, fully responsive website will provide an informative and a transparent dimension to your donation and where it goes – with regularly updated news stories and imagery that clearly reflects our great work.
The construction and launch of our new website will be ready shortly, but in the meantime – to learn more about C.H.A.N.C.E., please download our Newsletter.
Thank you once again. Without your support we could not help make the difference we do.
C.H.A.N.C.E. for Nepal
(Children’s Health and Nutrition, Care and Education)
is a registered charity founded by Barbara Datson in 2006 with the explicit aim of improving the lives of children who are sick and under- privileged in Nepal.
Our mission is to improve children’s health, education and well-being.
Our projects in Nepal cover five areas:
STREET CHILDREN – EDUCATION – HEALTH
SKILLS TRAINING – ANIMAL WELFARE
We also have an educational sponsorship programme with English sponsors at two schools in Kathmandu where children are admitted irrespective of age, caste, creed, or religion. These schools open their doors to the disadvantaged and oppressed classes and communities as well as to street children. Many children who have been abandoned or their family circumstances are such that they are safer in a boarding environment have benefited from this sponsorship.
Our partner in Nepal, SHENPEN, is a non profit volunteer-based Nepalese NGO run by Westerners who are resident in Kathmandu. Shenpen closley monitors the projects we fund.
Trustees: Edmund O’Reilly Hyland – David Smail – Barbara Datson