Getting Money to Where it Should Go

May 24th, 2016|

My Path in Finding The Best Place to Donate to
I Don’t Trust Big Organizations
When I was a child I have always wanted to help others. Watching the Christian Children’s Fund commercials where they ask you to just donate a few dollars a day and how it can make a huge difference in a child, but as […]

Tibetan Pony

April 20th, 2016|

In November of 2015 I found myself volunteering in Nepal for a couple of weeks. During that time, I ended up falling in love with the country and extended my stay an extra week to get to know the people I had come to know better and enjoy more of what Pokhara and Nepal had […]

Just In Time – Nepal’s Fuel Crisis is Coming to a Close

February 14th, 2016|

With just a few weeks before i leave on my next adventure to Nepal, finally, there is some good news, and it is not just “cheap gas.” The Madhesi have changed their position on a closed border. The blockade has lasted about five months, closing the India-Nepal border, effectively reducing medical supplies, petroleum products, etc. […]

#BackOffIndia – Growing Concern Over the Nepal Fuel Crisis

December 11th, 2015|

Would You Pay $15 per Gallon for Gas?

November 21st, 2015|

That’s what the people of Nepal are paying for their Petrol (what us Americans call “Gas”).
I arrived in Khatmandu on November 2, 2015 after two weeks in India building a chicken coop in the Odisha state. The taxi cabs were outside waiting for customers to drive to their destinations. Kara, Katherine, Barb and myself had […]