Participate in Our Rescue Directly With Your Own Adventure to Nepal.

Experience the work MountainChild is doing and meet the people of Nepal face-to-face. MountainChild will provide your training every step of the way.

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We understand not everyone is slated to make a trip to the Himalayas. But getting involved locally helps tremendously. Whether your group is a few or hundreds, let us show you how easy it is to get involved.

Recent Donors

You can also give anonyomously.

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  • Larry and Cindy Willey/
  • Amanda Pitman/
  • Mike Green\'s Life Group Valleydale Church Birmingham,Al/
  • Jake and Denea Griggs/
  • Suzi Cypert/
  • Michael Whitworth/
  • Jason Kupferschmid/
  • Brock & Megan Nix/
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  • Jason and Amy Anderson/
  • Melissa Adams/
  • Gene & Diane Oyler/
  • Michael Whitworth/
  • Sara and Tim O\'Dell/
  • Michael Whitworth/
  • Alabaster House of Worship Church Church/
  • Jessica Harrison/
  • Jesse Sanders/

Events and Announcements from the Blog



This past weekend, some of the RANCH (Remote Areas of Nepal...

This past weekend, some of the RANCH (Remote Areas of Nepal Children’s Hope) girls were interviewed for the recording of a documentary that sheds much needed light on “kidnap marriages” in the remote mountain villages of Nepal. 

One of the main things the girls are concerned about when thinking of returning to their villages to CARRY HOPE is the possibility of being kidnapped for forced marriage. 

Education regarding the issue is imperative.



Two of the older RANCH (Remote Areas of Nepal Children’s...

Two of the older RANCH (Remote Areas of Nepal Children’s Hope) girls took part in a workshop teaching how to be creative teachers for the next generation.

MountainChild believes that education is KEY in equipping a new generation with the tools for lasting transformation. Nothing will bring lasting change quicker and more effectively than bringing education to the children of the Himalayas. 84% of the Himalayas’ children live in remote villages and are deprived of even the most basic education. 

To donate to this core issue, click on the link and type “education” in the field that asks how you want your donation to be used.



AmazonSmile: You shop. Amazon gives.

AmazonSmile: You shop. Amazon gives.:

Do you need to finish your back-to-school shopping or maybe purchase some things for your Labor Day weekend excursion? If so, purchase them through Amazon Smile and support MountainChild at the same time. Just click on this link, purchase your item, and a percentage will be automatically donated to us.



Check out this great picture of team “Baller Family”...

Check out this great picture of team “Baller Family” bundling up to #hike4hopeto the top of Mt Bierstadt! We are impressed, and excited, that you are going the extra mile (literally) to raise awareness and funds for the children of Nepal. Thank you!



Check out this amazing photo of the DesBois family from team...

Check out this amazing photo of the DesBois family from team “Mile High Hope.” They are participating in the ‪#‎hike4hope‬ at 14,433 ft on the top of the state of Colorado!

Thank you for carrying hope and raising awareness for the work we are doing in the Himalayas!

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