In November, 2015, the heavens opened up in Tamilnadu, India. The annual monsoon came with a vengeance. It was the wettest monsoon in over 100 years. More than forty inches of rain fell in November. The entire state was flooded. Ten million people were displaced. But where could they go?
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Here is an opportunity of a lifetime: To come to Nepal and do something really good. We will be working directly with the people in remote Nepal doing earthquake relief. Join the Proctors for this high humanitarian adventure. Come and read all about it.
The generous readers of Meridian Magazine raised tens of thousands of dollars to aid CHOICE Humanitarian in their relief efforts in Nepal after the recent earthquake in April. Now you have the chance to personally participate in the ongoing effort to rebuild.
While many humanitarian organizations offer trips for adults to get their hands dirty, FHe offers full-immersion service opportunities for whole families, including children as young as 8.
My heart has been rent with sorrow in the past two weeks as I have contemplated the plight of our brothers and sisters in Nepal. I wanted to share with you some basic things I've learned about an earthquake in the Third World. Please read this. It may rock your world.
This article is up-to-the-minute and very specific as to the needs of the people in Nepal. If you have been looking for a way to satisfy the gnawing need you have to help, read here to know what you can do specifically.