Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change that we seek.
Know that YOU can make a difference.
Some of our supporters sponsor a child, some make a regular commitment to support our overall work and some chose one specific project, like supporting our new 'foster Care home". What they all have in common is that they get to fully appreciate that each and all of us can make a real difference.
PAUSE and look at your investments.
For me, an investment in a better tomorrow is realised in giving children who have no opportunities like me a chance for an education; for I do look forward to a tomorrow that is better than today; and even though I don’t have the answers, those kids might be the ones with the answer.
Consider making a definite and regular commitment toward "Giving", you can sponsor a child or make a regular contribution to our overall operations, AND see the DIFFERENCE you make.
Add a little more........
Each year we receive generous support from people all over the world and this is truly inspiring. And, every year our commitments increase, especially with some of the additional challenges posed by COVID-19.
So, if you already GIVE, please consider adding a little to your contribution, maybe update your 'giving' each year to help us keep pace with rising costs.
99.52% of all monies received goes directly to Nepal to support the children.
Share your story with friends.
Telling friends what you are doing can spread the story of generosity and how giving also gives life to each of us.
You might create a circle of friends who all contribute as a group or maybe arrange to seek donations instead of birthday gifts.
Every Christmas some of us give IGWR donations as Christmas gifts to family and friends, and they too appreciate the part that plays in making life easier for others.
The world is becoming more enlightened as we realise wealth is measured by what we give not what we have!
Enjoy life, and know how valuable YOU are.
Rather than being "a charity", we see IGWR-Nepal as very much an expression of what living life to the fullest might look like.
Those involved as volunteers, supporters, sponsors, together with the team in Nepal, all share in a vision that sees "a better tomorrow".
It is understandable how some (many) find the world around them to be unfair and unjust; however when we become part of changing the world we will discover a new vitality.
Life is what we give it, and so be gentle with yourself, for we all have something to give; and be delighted when you discover that
it is in giving that we receive.
Let us remember: One book, one pen, one child, and one teacher, can change the world.