3 ways you can help people in Nepal | ActionAid UK

Nepal might be slipping from the headlines, but the needs of survivors are still just as urgent. We've been overwhelmed at how incredible your support has been, helping us reach almost 80,000 people with essentials supplies so far. 

But there is so much more to do, and we need to keep up the momentum. Below are three things you can do. Will you help?

Homes destroyed by the Nepal earthquake.
Homes destroyed by the Nepal earthquake in the Panga region on the outskirts of Kathmandu.

1) Donate online to our Nepal appeal

The easiest way to support our emergency response is to donate online. It only takes two minutes and if you use the social share buttons afterwards you can encourage friends to donate too. 

£50 could buy 20 blankets for homeless families like Sabina and her 3-month-old baby to sleep under. However small or large – every donation will make a difference.

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Sabina, 27 with her 3-month-old baby boy Creation

2) Fundraise for Nepal

One of the amazing things about when a disaster happens is the way people come together to show their support. Getting together with friends, family or colleagues to fundraise can be fun. And it doesn't have to be complicated. It could be as simple as donating your cafe tips from work, or daring to do a skydive.

And we've made some fundraising resources to help you. Just £75 would be enough to buy five emergency supply kits including food and clothes - like the ones we've given to these boys in the village of Ichok.

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Boys from Ichok village carry food aid bags home.

3) Spread the word

Finally, please spread the message by word of mouth and on social media. You can follow us on TwitterFacebook and Instagram, share our #NepalQuake posts like this one... 


...and share this blog with your friends using the buttons below, to encourage others to donate so that we can reach even more communities.

Together we can make sure that the people of Nepal get the help they need to survive and rebuild. So please - donate, fundraise and share. Now.