Fallen house wall

Fallen house wall

Our projects include helping with rural community development, conservation of the natural resources of Nepal, helping to empower the poor through education and income generating activities, as well as specific work with disabled children and young adults in memory of the Wilkins family. At this time the trust is particularly concerned with helping our Nepali partner agencies cope with the aftermath of the earthquakes, not just immediate needs for food and shelter but planning for the longer term rebuilding of shattered communities.

We are collecting money to send to our Nepal partner organisations to help with the rebuilding.

Hospital in the open air

Hospital in the open air

Dawlchoki after the earthquake

Dalchoki after the earthquake

We have minimal overheads as the trustees are all volunteers. The trust has sent over £15000 to our three main projects to purchase food, tents, medicines and other urgent supplies.

We have raised £14000 for our earthquake appeal and we would like to thank all those who have generously donated so far.  There are still many needing help. Tents do not provide sufficient shelter in heavy rain.  The Nepalese Government is planning to distribute 15,000 tin roofs throughout Nepal but with half a million homes destroyed and another quarter million severely damaged, there will be many people missing out.

You can donate small sums via JustTextGiving

  • to donate £5 text NPEQ15 £5  to 70070 or,
  • to donate £10 text NPEQ15 £10  to 70070


For larger sums donate by cheque to WMT, 57 Forest Edge, Buckhurst Hill, Essex. IG9 5AE

UK tax payers can increase their donation with Gift Aid – download this form

GA WMTdonationform

Thank you