The international team at Reinstalling Hope is growing, and together we have already made a difference. In a few short years, we have provided nearly 50 full-tuition scholarships for high-achieving, impoverished students; alongside two school libraries, numerous learning materials, extracurricular activities, and community events. One-hundred percent of received donations work towards these projects, and future endeavors like them. Small donations make a huge impact for us — a student’s entire year of schooling can be funded for just $25. And because we are a 501(c)(3)-certified nonprofit, your support will not only be tax-deductible, it will help us create a better future for impoverished Nepali communities.
Our foundation was built to ensure that every Nepalese child, regardless of ethnic or economic background, has a chance for a successful future. We hope to improve public education in Nepal through quality instruction, improvement of learning facilities, and installment of extracurricular activities in public schools.
Tourism is the largest industry in Nepal. Mount Everest attracts people from all around the world, whether for ecotourism, mountaineering, or other forms of adventure. Nepal is also known for its diverse cultural and religious sites, such as the world heritage site Lumbini, birthplace of Gautama Buddha. For tourists who wish to see Nepal’s sights and intimately experience the culture, we have put together packages in which visitors will be connected to Reinstalling Hope projects in Nepal and led on excursions to popular tourist attractions and experiences.
This package includes trips and volunteering opportunities in and around Chitwan National Park and Lumbini (the birthplace of Buddha) in addition to Kathmandu and Pokhara.
The volunteers will also get to live with host families at two different locations.
This package includes trips and volunteering opportunities in and around Kathmandu and Pokhara.
The volunteers will also get to stay with a host family at one location of choice.
Asmita’s family could only afford to send one of their two children to private school, so the 17 year-old girl attends public school while her 16 year-old brother attends private school. She is the salutatorian of her class and loves playing volleyball. Reinstalling Hope is working at the grass root level to eliminate gender discrimination […]
Barsha is a fifteen year-old whose family migrated to Kathmandu from a rural part of the Kavrepalanchowk district of Nepal. Her father drives a gas truck, her mother works as a construction worker, and family instability has forced Barsha to change schools multiple times. She knows that her family’s situation will be difficult to improve, […]
Shree is currently in 10th grade at Shree Baghbhairab Secondary School, and continues to impress us with his huge potential. He is the only child of a deaf milk factory worker and an illiterate mother who won’t be able to afford his education after this year. Shree has received financial support for school supplies from […]
Sameer is a 10th grader at Shree Baghbhairab Secondary School, and is the valedictorian of his class. He also is an excellent soccer player and dreams of playing soccer professionally. Sameer’s father works in the local water supply office and his mother is a housekeeper. Their family lives together in a small mud house. We […]
As a non-profit organization we rely on donations from generous people from around the world to conduct our project, mobilize volunteers and pay the annual school fees and related costs of needy children.
Reinstalling Hope plans to publish all our expenses on our website. We vow to maintain transparent finances. Please give us feedback on how we can work better.
The amount you donate will be used for tuition fees, room and board, transportation, conducting trainings, creating promotional items, books, sports equipment, uniform, lab and exam fees. Please email us if you have further questions.