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.

  • Explore Short term

  • Internship Interest Midterm

  • 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.

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  • Erin Diaz/
  • Gene & Diane Oyler/
  • Larry and Cindy Willey/
  • Amanda Pitman/
  • Mike Green\'s Life Group Valleydale Church Birmingham,Al/
  • Jake and Denea Griggs/
  • Suzi Cypert/
  • Michael Whitworth/
  • Jason Kupferschmid/
  • Brock & Megan Nix/
  • michael whitworth/
  • Jason and Amy Anderson/
  • Melissa Adams/
  • Gene & Diane Oyler/
  • Michael Whitworth/
  • Sara and Tim O\'Dell/
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Events and Announcements from the Blog



If you are in Colorado, you can help combat the following statistics while participating in a...

If you are in Colorado, you can help combat the following statistics while participating in a friendly competition and raise money and awareness to bring these children clean water and a chance at life.

An alarming number of the children living in the Himalayas will die before their eighth birthday. The leading cause of death amongst these children is simple diarrhea and can be directly traced to contaminated drinking water. Limited access to clean water, insufficient sanitation, and poor hygiene worldwide kill 3.6 million people annually. That is more than wars, famine, and AIDS combined. MountainChild is building remote village water treatment facilities together with medical posts in an effort to get crucial medicine and CLEAN WATER in close proximity to those who need it most. 3 in 4 people in Nepal’s rural areas also lack adequate sanitation. To combat the issue, regular health and hygiene training workshops are being conducted in remote villages in an effort to educate villagers on the importance of sanitation and clean water. Working together with engineers, trained doctors, and medical professionals, MountainChild is tackling health issues at the source and rescuing children from certain and imminent death.



Teams and individuals that participated in MountainChild’s 2nd Annual Worldwide #hike4hope,...

Teams and individuals that participated in MountainChild’s 2nd Annual Worldwide #hike4hope, this is the last week to send in your fundraising donations. You can either donate online at or mail them to us.

Thank you again for raising funds and awareness for the children of the Himalayas.



If you aren’t following mountain_child on Instagram, you...

If you aren’t following mountain_child on Instagram, you should be.



  The MountainChild strategy revolves around bringing hope...


The MountainChild strategy revolves around bringing hope to the remote ethnic Tibetan people groups living in the Himalayas through a new and upcoming generation. The key effort in bringing sustainable hope to the Himalayas is the Remote Areas of Nepal Childrens Hope, the RANCH. 



What a beautiful video of Nepal and the people we love so...

What a beautiful video of Nepal and the people we love so much.

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