Our friends around the world put huge amounts of effort and creativity into finding ways to raise money and encourage support for Aishworya. This is where we share our fundraisers’ stories and provide great ideas to future fundraisers.
If you’re interested in fundraising for Aishworya, you might like to take a look at Ammado – a website that helps you fundraise online from anywhere in the world. You can even use the Aishworya Ammado page to make things easier!
If you’ve ever fundraised for Aishworya, we’d love to hear your story. Please email us with a bit about yourself, your connection to Aishworya, and your fundraising efforts.
Thanks to American volunteers Capucine and Iris, Stanford University’s Professor Kim and his assistant Wilson, our children are enhancing their education with the use of smart devices and Stanford University’s SMILE app.
Capucine has also set up a sponsorship programme where supporters can sponsor a child by covering the annual cost to provide their care and schooling.
Natalie runs social media campaigns to raise money for the sick children, and gets her friends and family involved with Aishworya.
Steph organised a fundraising evening of music and dance in a cafe in Kathmandu while she was volunteering with Aishworya.
Iris and her friends have run a series of fundraising events including selling home-baked cookies and running themed parties for local children!
Pete used social media to raise money before he came to visit. With support from his friends and colleagues, he was able to buy Aishworya a juicer – along with a year’s worth of fruit and veg for the children.
Helen has known us for a long time. She comes back to see us every year and brings groups of trekkers to visit Aishworya Children’s Home for themselves.
As well as donating, Mark displays Aishworya on his online fundraising platform – encouraging others to learn about us and donate.
Danielle’s non-profit organisation supports Aishworya in paying school fees and buying shoes, socks, and rice.