Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Harding Nepal Fund site now open

Welcome everyone to the newly established website for the Dr. Dick Harding Charity Fund for Nepal. This fund is to support worthwhile new projects to help improve the life of women, children, disabled and landless people in Nepal. Come visit the website and learn more about the projects which have already been funded and possibilities for new projects that you would like to support. The website is at www.hardingnepalfund.org. You are welcome to make comments on this blog and I will keep you posted on new activities or news of Nepal, which if you did not know, has just become a republic after over two centuries of being a Hindu Kingdom.

Dick Harding

5 comments:

RabBit said...

Matthew 5:13 "You are the salt of the earth. But if the salt loses its saltiness, how can it be made salty again? It is no longer good for anything, except to be thrown out and trampled by men."

Hira Sharma said...

You are one of the renounced professional between health professional and the people of Nepal.We like to praise and solute to your dignified activities.Go ahead : future will be in your pathway.

D said...

Hello Hira, how do you know lots about Dr H.

Samridhi said...

Dear Dr. Harding,

Just the fact that you chose to take your young family and your work to a rural Palpa and start a life helping the poor is just beyond human to me. There are many preachers in this world who have preached about doing good but you and your family have actually lived it. I don’t know whether you are aware of this or not but many of us have grown up hearing examples or maybe testimonies from people, of how a very young American Family came to a rural part of Nepal, in a place called Gairegaun Tansen and managed to touch peoples lives in so many different ways. I just wanted to say that it takes really an amazing spirit to embark in a journey to heal the poor and help the needy. Hats off to you and your family for leaving the Gospel so elegantly and being an example for not just the immediate generation but the generations to come.

With Best regards,
SP

Narayan Maharjan said...

Dear Dr. Dick,

I highly appreciate the messages of the projects you have beautifully described.

Thanks for your prayerful concern towards the people in need in Nepal.

Please read other news in my emails, will be useful while you will revising.

Dr. Maharjan, NP