Participate in Our Rescue Directly With Your Own Adventure to Nepal.

Experience the work MountainChild is doing and meet the people of Nepal face-to-face. MountainChild will provide your training every step of the way.


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  • Long-term Opportunity Long-term

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Volunteer Locally

We understand not everyone is slated to make a trip to the Himalayas. But getting involved locally helps tremendously. Whether your group is a few or hundreds, let us show you how easy it is to get involved.

Recent Donors

You can also give anonyomously.


  • Rich Bartelt/
  • Rich Bartelt/
  • Ron and Donna Dunaway/
  • Michael Whitworth/
  • Mike Greens\' Life Group Valleydale Church Birmingham,Al/
  • T.J. and Michelle Chamberlain/
  • Gene & Diane Oyler/
  • Eva Menachof/
  • Michael Whitworth/
  • Alabaster House of Worship Church Burch/
  • Sandy Marthaler/
  • Chris Sikkens/
  • John Thompson/
  • Judith Bradley/
  • Rick Beres/
  • Michael Whitworth/
  • Glen Joseph/
  • Mary Jo Blacquiere/
  • Jason Kupferschmid/
  • Wendy Taylor/

Events and Announcements from the Blog

Sep
19

2014

Just sending a little love from the Himalayas to make you smile...









Just sending a little love from the Himalayas to make you smile today.

#FallinLoveFriday

Sep
17

2014

Nepal, once known for farming, now exports people; migrants earn big but face risks

Nepal, once known for farming, now exports people; migrants earn big but face risks:

Approximately 2000 leave per day in search of work…and many come back abused, depressed, or dead. Please remember the migrant workers of Nepal. This article highlights the situation…

Sep
17

2014

The opening ceremony for MountainChild’s 2014 Highland’s School year was yesterday. We...

The opening ceremony for MountainChild’s 2014 Highland’s School year was yesterday. We are excited to see these 30 new students grow throughout the year and gain the skills necessary to become carriers of hope to their tribes and villages.

Sep
17

2014

We have incredible news! An individual donor and supporter of MountainChild.org has generously...

We have incredible news! An individual donor and supporter of MountainChild.org has generously offered to match any giving towards Compete to Carry H2OPE up to $2,500! This is where we need YOU and you don’t have to compete to be the difference. Share this with your friends and family, make a donation and help turn $2,500 into $5,000 for clean water projects, sanitation and hygiene education in the remote villages of the Himalayas! Give directly at http://mountainchild.org/donate and identify “Compete to Carry H2OPE” or “C2CH” so your donation can be doubled! CARRY HOPE!

Sep
9

2014

We just read that Nepal has the second highest per capita suicide rate in all of South Asia. It...

We just read that Nepal has the second highest per capita suicide rate in all of South Asia. It makes sense when an alarming number of children die before their eighth birthday and many before the age of one. Death is prevalent in this region and the sense of hopelessness tags right along. 

We are urgently working to improve the lives of the people of Nepal. We are hyper-fanatical about stopping the cycle of suffering and we know that the tide of future afflictions endured by generations to follow can only be ended by the children of this generation. That’s why we are passionate about seeing the children become the carriers of hope to their own people. #carryhope

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