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How can I help?

The easiest way to help the HLF is to simply donate. Even the smallest amount can help provide basic amenities such as clothes or shoes for prison inmates. If you want to do more, then become a volunteer (See below).

How do I become a volunteer?

Contact our team, either through our social media channels (Facebook/Twitter) or through using our email address. Email us how you would like to help and we can provide a plan that works best for you, including details of regular volunteer meetings in Kathmandu.

Where does my money go when I donate?

HLF is a not-for-profit NGO, we rely solely on donations and your money will only be used to help HLF the people of Nepal. This will include training for released prisoners, clothes, water tanks, shoes, food and water for inmates. Yet, most of the money donated will be used to help pay the fines of people unjustly incarcerated in prison and who need to be released to help provide and care for their family.

What are the future plans for HFL?

The HFL hopes to visit all central prison of Nepal to assess prisoner conditions and provide hope to those that think they are alone.

To develop entrepreneurship skills, of released prisoners which will help to make them strong mentally and financially, and will lead them to attain a better job.

To provide skill development trainings inside the prison. This will be helpful as when they are released from prison, these people can immediately find work and start providing for their families.

How can I get HLF to help someone I know?

Email or message us through Facebook/Twitter and we will respond as soon as possible. Please do not hesitate to contact us, we will always try to help those in desperate need.

Who supports the work of HLF in Nepal?

We have a range of dedicated supporters that have helped HLF grow into one of the most prominent and important NGO’s in Nepal. These include SKY Memorial Foundation, EPSA Nepal (Entire Power in Social Action), Kathmandu Ladies Circle, Helping Hands, Joint Hands Save Life, Department of Nepal Police, Prison Department of Nepal.