Your Contribution Makes A Real Difference!
100% of the money you donate to FVIN
will go directly to Nepal
Send Earthquake Distaster Relief
Sponsor a Child's Education
Provide General Funds for VIN's On-Going Work
Over 80% of Nepalese live on less than $2 a day so your contribution really does make a significant difference and will go a long way in improving lives.
A donation of $10:
Provides about 70 bricks toward construction of VIN’s Nepal Children’s Home, an orphanage currently being built by VIN with a projected completion date in 2014.
Pays for communication (SKYPE) for about 6 months for VIN’s networking with supporters
A donation of $50:
Provides food for an orphaned child for one month
Buys table & chairs for the Early Childhood Development Center
A donation of $100:
Provides a partial scholarship for a disadvantaged child’s school supplies for one year.
Provides a monthly living allowance for local Nepalese youth that volunteer for their community development programs.
Buys farming equipment for a women in the Women Cooperative VIN (micro-credit project)
A donation of $250:
Sponsors a disadvantaged child’s education including uniforms, school supplies and medical support for a full year
Covers two months of a Nurse’s Salary in the Community Health Program
A donation of $400:
Builds a toilet in one of the 500 homes in Jitpur (78 toilets have been completed since project began in 2008)
Invests in Women’s empowerment by sponsoring a year of Women’s Group trainings (9 members in each women’s group)
Contact us if you would like to make your donation on behalf or in memory of someone else. If the new fangled button isnt your thing, you can donate old school style by sending a check to:
Friends of VIN
c/o Janelle Jones
7350 N. Ridge Blvd. #19a
Chicago, IL USA 60645
FVIN is a 501(c)(3) US based non-profit. All donations are tax deductible. Our Board of Directors oversees all grants and monies disbursed and all donations are subject to the Board’s discretion. Unless otherwise specified, the donations will be pooled together and sent to VIN or other Nepalese organizations, who have applied for a grant, as voted on by FVIN’s Board of Directors.