Skip to main content

The Nestling Trust

Charity description

The Nestling Trust logo
Helping destitute, abused and trafficked children in Nepal and promoting healthcare in remote areas. The Charity is run by volunteers, every penny raised goes to the projects in Nepal. Funds are needed for the construction of a Children's home at Sarangkot. Here children will be given the care they need, protection and hope for the future.
Working with a local Nepalese NGO, the Child Welfare Board and the Government of Nepal, we are supporting their    determination to improve the lives of those who are suffering.

Sue Hamblin first visited Nepal in 2011 as a volunteer nurse, and witnessed the squalor, and deprivation of homeless children, and those caught up in the horror of trafficking. As a result the Nestling Trust was formed with support from people of a small village in Wiltshire, wanting to bring protection and hope of a future to vulnerable children, as well as healthcare and health education to those families living in remote villages.The Children's home at Sarangkot is under construction, and the aim is to raise another £10,000 to equip the home and establish a farm area to provide sustainability. The Charity, in collaboration with the District Health Office, has piloted and funded for the past three years, the running of a health clinic at Marbu in Dolakha, badly hit by the earthquake. It has provided materials for three other clinics in remote villages of Lapilang, Chilanka and Bhirkot, built by local people these are now completed. £10,000 is now required to construct a further clinic in an area near the Tibetan border where currently no medical facility exists.

Charity No: 1154431

Find out more


MyDonate is not responsible for the content fundraisers post on their pages, but if you see something you feel is offensive or inappropriate, please let us know