Welcome to our New Website
Welcome to our new website!
Just like the old site, it is full of information about NYF and the children we serve. We think you’ll find the new site easier to navigate while being chock-full of compelling information, photos, and videos about the many ways we serve Nepali children. We’ve also added opportunities to make comments and engage with us.
Some additional features include a new blog that will be updated on a regular basis and will feature posts from Som and I, as well as our children, staff, and supporters. Some of the best photographs we have were taken by visitors to our programs in Nepal.
Over the years, many of you have requested help with fundraising for NYF so we’ve added a new feature called “Friends asking Friends”. It is an easy to use tool to start your own fundraiser and keep track of how much your friends are donating.
On top of this, you can share topics of special interest with your friends on Facebook and Twitter, send a personalized e-card, become a monthly donor, and stay in touch with NYF.
So, please check it out and let us know what you think about the new site and features. We’ll be refining the site over the next couple of months and your feedback will be essential.
Olga & Som
Congratulations on the launching of your new site! It’s absolutely wonderful! Although I have yet to travel to the country of Nepal, I miss my friends from Nepal with whom I spent a great deal of time while deployed to Iraq and from whom I gained an appreciation of the culture, cuisine, and brilliant landscape. They rekindled my college dream of some day serving as a social worker there. I wish you luck and will check in soon to donate!
Thank you for taking the time to give us your feedback! When you do make your trip to Nepal, we would love to have you visit our programs.
What do you think of our new website? We would love to hear your feedback.
where is your working place in nepal ? are u working in kailali district ?
We are based in Kathmandu but we have one project (Empowering the Freed Kamalaris) in Kalilali District too.
We established one orphanage in Kapan, Kathmanduwe Nepal . we have 5 orphan and helpless kids . Now days our founder staff are out of contact , they did not take care kids.. I’m one of take caring them but very hard to manage because don’t have fund to manage them so it is very difficult situation… so i hearty request could you help this child to manage in your child home……..
Dear Bharat ji,
We acknowledge your problem. Could you give us your contact details and more about the child care home so that we can investigate the issue and decide further. Please reply on email@example.com
interested in be a voluntary teacher for MATHS/ENGLISH. I am retired Bank Manager aged 59 years maintaining Good Health. How can I join. please guide
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with us. We will contact you if suitable opportunity arises. Please send us your contact details at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is very nice and good things that you are very much devoted to growth of nepal, I am the administrated of Jain group of institutions in Karnataka We have schools , colleges if any help is required i can surely help u if any wants to join in our school or college they can work and earn
Thank you very much for your kind offer. We will definitely keep in touch with you!
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