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Challenge Events

If you like adventure or are considering undertaking a sporting challenge, why not make Child Rescue Nepal your beneficiary?

  • We have five spaces each year for the London Marathon so do contact us if you would like to run for us next year.
  • Bike rides. Many of our supporters enjoy bike rides and races as a way of fundraising.
  • Join our ever-growing team to take on the Nuts Challenge
  • Three Peaks Challenge. In 2015 two of our supporters, Laku Sherpa and Pushpa Sunuwar completed all three peaks in less than 24 hours!
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Leave a Lasting Legacy

Leave a Lasting Legacy

At Child Rescue Nepal, funds from legacies are vital to our very survival. We would love as many people as possible to do something legendary by leaving a gift in their Will to ensure we can continue to rescue and care for forgotten children in Nepal.

To proceed you need to make a Will, or update an existing Will. You can use any solicitor, which you can find by searching via the Law Society.

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The type of legacy you bequeath will vary according to your circumstances and personal wishes. These are the ones you will hear about most often:

Pecuniary Legacy

A pecuniary legacy is a gift of a fixed sum of money, for example £5,000. The value of pecuniary legacies will decrease over time, as the cost of living increases.

Seek legal advice

It is imperative that you take professional legal advice and that your Will is carefully worded to ensure that your wishes are observed appropriately. We would be very happy to discuss with you the ways in which your legacy to Child Rescue Nepal could be used.

Please feel free to contact us at: or by calling 020 7183 0353.

Residuary Legacy

This is a gift of the remainder or percentage of your estate once all other legacies have been made and any outstanding debts cleared. These legacies are best for a small charity like ourselves. Residuary legacies keep up with inflation and are an effective way to divide the value of an estate when you have a number of people and good causes you wish to support.

Specific Legacy

If you decide to bequeath a specific item or object – such as a piece of jewellery, for example – this is a specific legacy.

Andrea Hosker

Testimony from Andrea Hosker, who has chosen to leave Child Rescue Nepal a legacy in her Will:

“We have long term involvement in at least 15 other charities, all of which approached us. Child Rescue Nepal is the only one I took the initiative with and contacted to ask for participation; a positive rather than a passive step. We are in the process of updating our wills and have selected four of our charities to benefit when we die. It hasn’t been easy! CRN was one of our choices because you seem to be able to do great good out of very little. We’re happy for the gifts from our wills to be used where the charity judges the needs are most pressing. We make no caveats and have confidence in the team’s integrity and experience in a field which we’re merely glimpsing 2nd or 3rd hand.”

Corporate Partners

Namaste fair trade


This stunning Fairtrade wholesaler sells ethically sourced goods from all over the world, sourced from small scale producers who use natural materials and traditional techniques to try and promote economic self-sufficiency. 2% of all purchases on products made in Nepal are donated to our projects. In addition, Namaste fundraise for us at Fairtrade fortnight and send raffle prizes for our Christmas events.

“Namaste has been supporting Child Rescue Nepal, for more than 10 years. We have sponsored two children for the last 10 years and recently have provided the financial support for an Education Officer who works with schools to prevent the trafficking of children. We regularly donate and raise money for the trust and help to spread awareness of the excellent work they do and how others can help. It is an inspirational story and a really worthwhile cause to support.” – Rachel Brummitt, Namaste

Lightbulb Revision

Lightbulb Revision

Lightbulb Revision design user friendly books and videos designed to help you achieve your best possible English GCSE grades!

5% of profits from Lightbulb Revision are donated to education projects in Nepal.

Willow Cashmere

Willow Cashmere

Willow Cashmere produces beautiful, simple, easy to wear cashmere clothing and accessories in high quality, hand loomed cashmere. All products are designed in London and produced in Nepal, in a family run workshop. The people of Willow Cashmere are very proud of their connections with Nepal and have taken great pride in watching the country recover after the earthquake in 2015.

5% of Willow Cashmere profits are donated to our projects.

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M:Power Accounting

M:Power Accounting are a one stop shop for all your book-keeping and accounting needs. They kindly promote us to their clients and match any donations given.

“As founder of M:Power Accounting I am delighted that we are able to support Child Rescue Nepal as our charity partner. Jo Bega is an old friend of mine; when I learnt more about the incredible work that the charity does I knew that this is where I wanted to give our support.” – Paula Veysey-Smith, M:Power

Just £5 a month could care for a rescued child.

Other Ways To Give

  • Payroll Giving (also known as Give As You Earn) is a tax efficient way for UK Income Tax payers to donate to chosen charities. Donations are deducted before tax so each £1.00 you give will only cost you 80p, and if you’re a higher rate tax payer it will only cost you 60p.You can set up a donation from your pay very easily by completing a payroll giving form online. If you have a friendly employer you may be able to ask for a matching grant to the trust. Download the Give As You Earn Donor Instruction Form.
  • If your workplace, school or community group has a charity of the year, please consider nominating us.
  • If you shop regularly on Amazon, why not register with Amazon Smile. All you have to do is select Child Rescue Nepal and then carry on with your Amazon shopping. Child Rescue Nepal will receive a small donation from every eligible purchase at no extra cost to you!
  • Recycle your printer cartridges rather than just throwing them away. Go to Recycle 4 Charity and register – selecting Child Rescue Nepal as your charity. Each ink cartridge could raise over £1 each to help us. Why not get your place of work involved too? You just print a prepaid postage label and send the ink cartridges back for recycling. You’re helping the environment as well as helping us.
  • Billions of greeting cards are thrown away each year. Why not save time, help the environment and help us by sending an e-card instead? Don’t Send Me a Card offer a choice of cards for every occasion and you can donate the cost to Child Rescue Nepal.
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If you’re looking for inspiration, here are some more fundraising ideas:

  • Organise your own fundraising auction. Ask people to donate items or auction off their skills for a day!
  • Sponsored bike ride
  • Cake sale
  • Coffee morning
  • Hold a fashion show
  • Organise a fun run
  • Host an international themed evening with Nepali decorations, food and music. Why not add in a quiz or raffle to round off the evening? Don’t forget to charge an entry fee!


We welcome volunteers in our London office but unfortunately we don’t offer placements in Nepal due to the vulnerability of the children we work with. We are also very aware of fake orphanages and the dangers of ‘voluntourism.

Here are some other organisations that offer volunteer placements in Nepal:

Radio 4 Appeals


In it, you will have heard the heart-breaking story of Ram, whose life was turned upside down when he was trafficked to the capital city of Kathmandu.

We rescue children like Ram and take them to a place of safety. Ram is now working as a chef, but there are thousands more in Nepal who need our help. Your donation will help us to rescue and care for more children. You can listen to the Radio 4 Appeal here.

And don’t forget, every donation up to £20,000 will be doubled – so twenty pounds becomes forty and forty pounds becomes eighty.

Richard Stilgoe Radio 4 Appeal


We love this photo of Ram in his kitchen. After his rescue, he was given a second chance at life – and he seized it with both hands. You can hear Ram’s story here. [link to be supplied]

BBC Radio Appeal 2020

Have you listened to our BBC Radio 4 Appeal with journalist Thomas Bell?

In it, you will have heard the heart-breaking story of Sanjay, whose life was turned upside down when he was trafficked to the capital city of Kathmandu.

We rescue children like Sanjay and take them to a place of safety. Sanjay is safe now, but there are thousands more in Nepal who need our help. Your donation will help us to rescue more children. You can listen to the Radio 4 appeal here.

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BBC Radio Appeal 2017

In April 2017 our Radio 4 Appeal was presented by Joanna Lumley. You can listen again here.