Nepal Corrugated Iron Appeal

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The heavy August monsoon rains this year in Nepal, India and Bangladesh have caused widespread and deadly flooding. Across the region, more than 1200 have lost their lives. Even the hilly regions of Nepal have been affected by landslides and the destruction of roads and bridges. Over 460,000 Nepalis are displaced from their homes, fields have been washed away, and farmers have lost their crops.

OM is partnering with local churches in Nepal to help to rebuild people’s lives and houses.

Would you join us to provide corrugated iron to rebuild 20 destroyed houses, and emergency supplies for 110 households in two badly affected, remote villages: Pyauli and Nirmal Basti? Every gift is appreciated. Every gift makes a difference. Please give generously.

How would you like to help?

x $ 7.50

$7.50 buys mosquito nets for 1 family

x $ 35.00

$35 buys an emergency food pack for 1 family

x $ 111.00

Your donation of $111 buys a single pack of corrugated iron. It only takes three packs to build a house, so your donation goes a long way to providing shelter for a homeless family.

x $ 333.00

Your donation of $33 buys enough corrugated iron to build an entire house for a Nepali family.

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PO Box 76882
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Auckland 2241

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Bank: ASB
Name: Operation Mobilisation
Account: 12-3031-0796041-00
Particulars: Your name
Code: EU-REFUGEE
Reference: Your phone number

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We regret that donations made to OM NZ for overseas purposes are not eligible for tax deductible receipts – this includes most disaster response appeals. Gifts destined for use in New Zealand are tax deductible. Where this is applicable, it will be clearly marked in the appeal.
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