Emergency Earthquake Relief In Nepal

Only five days after a catastrophic 7.8 magnitude earthquake tore apart the country of Nepal and took thousands of lives our Emergency Relief Team is on the ground and preparing to travel to cut off and isolated villages.

Can you Imagine if this was your house?

Can you Imagine if this was your house?

If you can close your eyes for just a few seconds and imagine the utter trauma that these local people are feeling, perhaps we can better understand their dire situation.

One moment your life is normal, perhaps you have just gotten home from work, maybe you just sat down with your family to dinner. In the next split second everything has changed, everything is gone. The roof to your house or work, even the floor is cracked open. It’s as if a bomb has gone off very close to you. You rush to find your loved ones but you are surrounded by debris and disaster. Once you can get out of your house to go look for help you discover that your entire town has caved in as well. It’s as if your whole world was turned upside down. There is your home village, sliding off of a mountain as the mountain itself has fallen down.

Imagine your home village, sliding off of a mountain as the mountain itself has fallen down.

Imagine your home village, sliding off of a mountain as the mountain itself has fallen down.

This is the story for thousands of people living in Nepal right now. Fortunately, with the brave help of our CHRF Emergency Relief team, soon, many more people will have comfort, food and a temporary shelter. CHRF is helping to provide all this for just a $35.00 package that will help provide a tent and 300 meals for families!

Any prayers and support you can send will help us to provide for these poor families and children who have survived this incredible nightmare. Please designate your funds for Nepal relief.

From all of us at CHRF. Thank You.

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