Global Humanity Initiative
Assistance for Nepal
Helping homeless elders
Pharping washing station:
Bringing people together
Giving families hope
Welcome to the Global Humanity Initiative
From the Founder
The mission of The Global Humanity Fund is to identify, support and improve the lives of impoverished children and impoverished elders around the world. Our work focus is on high quality education for girls, improved housing and healthcare for impoverished children, and improved housing for impoverished elders. We act on our belief that the children are the future of this world, and that elders should be respected and their history be cherished.
We are not renegades: We utilize stringent vetting procedures to choose NGOs around the world with whom we partner to turn great dreams into reality.
Our first construction partnership project in Nepal enabled the elder care home in Pharping, in the Kathmandu Valley, to increase capacity by 60 percent. The partnerships we created during this project have brought international volunteers to stay at the elder care center, which has opened the elders’ worlds and brought new insights to them as well as an influx in donations.
Our next major construction project will bring 40 impoverished children from outside the main city of Kathmandu, and give them a safe place to live while obtaining a quality education at a highly rated school.
We invite you to join us as we partner with Corona School to build this hostel. You can have lasting impact on thousands of children, well into the future. Read more here about this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
We are all one human race. The Global Humanity Initiative believes humans can play a greater role in the lifting up of others, and we believe in giving those who are less fortunate than ourselves the means to improve their lives. Our vision is of creating a world interconnected by NGOs who work together to lift up all of humanity. My Board of Directors and I hope you will join us in this Initiative.
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Chhatrapati Free Clinic
Pioneers in health care for the poor, this free clinic and hospital dates its history to 1951. Find out more about our work with them. Read more.
Elder care home in Pharping
A community-supported home for elders with no place else to go. See how you can help them live better. Read more.
Educating children: Corona School
This top-rated school is affiliated with Cambridge University. We help educate children from the poorest villages. Read more.
Homeless senior citizens
Life is not easy and it’s not always fair. See how we’re helping to document their stories and improve their lives. Read more.
“I’m very positive about your social initiative.”
You have a very nice heart. You are a beautiful soul. You are doing it selflessly for others and when you are so selfless, God is always with you.
— Devina Shrestha
Executive and Principal at Corona School