The Humla Campaign Raises $80K for Trafficked Kids in Nepal

The numbers from our holiday Humla Campaign are in, and, frankly, we are just blown away by the generosity of our supporters. Thanks to the many people who donated during last year’s holiday season, we raised $79,953.33 to help reunite trafficked children in Nepal with their families.

What’s even more incredible?

Every penny of this amount will be matched by our amazing friends Elsa and David Brule and Grace Farms Foundation!

This funding will go a very long way toward changing the lives of so many children who have been taken from their villages and exploited by traffickers in Nepal. By enabling us to facilitate more search missions in remote mountain areas, NGN will ultimately be able to help more lost children in Nepal go home to their families.

From the bottom of our hearts and on behalf of all the trafficked kids in Nepal, we say thank you to everyone who helped make this campaign a wonderful success. And we send a special thank you to Elsa Brule and Sharon Prince from Grace Farms Foundation for pushing this campaign to new heights through their matching gifts!

Last year, several dedicated supporters traveled to Humla, Nepal to support Next Generation Nepal. Pictured from left to right are: Elsa Brule, Jackson Prince, Nancy Wong, Sharon Prince (of Grace Farms Foundation), Conor Grennan, Priya, Farid Ait-Mansour, Jackson Freed, Amy Freed and Ellette Nyman.