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After the earthquake in Nepal in 2014, we felt compelled to help children who were left behind. Our research led us to Ama Foundation - a small but thriving foundation that shares our passion and philosophy of helping orphaned children. With your generosity and a beautiful and trusted partnership with Ama Foundation, we have already started sponsoring 10 children.


Current need

We are looking for a sponsor for each of the 10 children we are supporting at Ama Foundation in Kathmandu. The school is $30/month for food or $100/month per child per year to support inclusive expenses from food to clothing, school, medicine, books, backpacks, etc.  

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Volunteer Account

We would like to introduce Rob Sanders, one of Ama Foundation's long-time volunteers and supporters. Rob visits the home in Kathmandu - Ama Ghar - every year and has developed personal bonds with the children. He has affectionately been named "Rob Brother" or "Rob Uncle" by the children he has spent time with. On his recent trip to Ama Ghar, he wanted to do something special for our "alumni" - the older kids who have moved out of the house but miss their Ama Ghar brothers and sisters immensely. Rob took the entire group trekking in Pokhara and the children had a fantastic time.



  • Future plans to visit the children
  • Explored potential to do Books of Light campaign for the home - Jan 2019
  • Received bios, pictures, and report about kids well being - Dec 2018
  • Received bios, pictures, and report about kids well being - Dec 2017
  • Received bios, pictures, and report about kids well being - Dec 2016
  • Memorandum of Understanding signed and sponsorship started - Jan 2016
  • Our Global Ambassador, Laura Ava Tesimale, visited our kids in the Kathmandu home named Ama Ghar - Dec 2015
  • Began reviewing Ama Foundation's credentials and philosophy - Oct 2015
  • Volunteer recommended Ama Foundation- Sept 2015
  • Found a few leads - Summer 2015
  • Began researching possible ways to help long term - Jan 2015
  • Earthquake hits Nepal - Oct 2014