Following the devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck Nepal on Saturday April 25, 2015, killing an estimated 6,300 people (at time of press), there is a great need for support in Nepal.
The earthquake's impact was wide as it also caused an avalanche on Mount Everest, killing at least 19, making it the deadliest day on the mountain in history and triggered an avalanche in Langtang valley where 250 people are now missing. The damage runs deep, but with your help the people of Nepal can
take the first steps towards rebuilding.
We are proud to join
Music for Relief
as they commit themselves to immediate relief and long-term recovery in Nepal. This is an opportunity to join us and #BeyGOOD to support the people of Nepal.
Here is what
$6 will buy a bucket with a tap to help people collect water for drinking and washing
$45 will provide 1 communal latrine facility
$54 will provide a life-saving hygiene kit to stop the spread of disease
$153 will provide communal toilet and washing facilities for families
$207 will provide one temporary shelter / tent for a family who has been left homeless
$1,675 will provide one 10m bladder tank to store clean drinking water to reach 1,000 people (that is just $1.60 per person)
$15,000 will fund 1 mobile medical unit for 1 month, which will treat approx. 6,000 victims.
100% of funds raised will benefit survivors on the ground in Nepal.
About Music for Relief:
Music for Relief was founded by the band Linkin Park in response to the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. Since inception in 2005 Music for Relief has raised over $7 million for survivors of multiple disasters across four continents including Hurricane Katrina, China’s Wenchuan earthquake, a cholera outbreak in Zimbabwe, earthquakes in Haiti and Japan in 2010 and Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.
MFR has organized benefit concerts, online auctions and events with multi-platinum musicians and celebrities to help rebuild and donate supplies to people in need. Music for Relief has also planted over 1 million trees to help reduce global warming.