Nepal Earthquake Relief Fund: Donate Generously


Gyan friends receiving this email outside North America are urged to send their donations to other charities that are helping earthquake victims in Nepal.

VIDYA GYAN – Federal ID: 47-2172026 [a U.S. based 501(c) (3) tax-exempt organization] is soliciting your tax-deductible contribution to offer support for Nepalese community which has been struck with an earthquake causing tragic loss of life and destruction of property of immense proportions. Our prayers are with everyone in Nepal who have lost relatives and friends, and/or suffered other types of losses.


Vidya Gyan, a grass-root organization to mobilize resources for improving education, health, and support development, plans to use 100% of your generous donations to support, particularly, education and health initiatives in Nepal. We will identify an appropriate governmental or non-governmental agency to receive your donations who is actively involved in the rehabilitation of schools and/or providing health services in Nepal.


We ask every one of you to open your hearts and contribute generously to the Nepal disaster fund. As of this writing more than 1500 people have died and the death toll is expected to rise in the coming days as the search and rescue operation moves forward. It is God’s calling to help our brothers and sisters in Nepal. Please contribute by sending a check payable to Vidya Gyan, with Nepal Earthquake Relief mentioned in the memo. The collection of relief funds will remain open at least for the next 4 weeks.


Your generous contributions should be mailed to the following address:



11599 Aileron Court

Inver Grove Hts., MN 55077


Thank you for your support for this noble cause. Please feel free to direct your questions by sending an email at:  vidyagyan  


P.S. Please include your email address with the check and Vidya Gyan will be pleased to send you a receipt.

ON behalf of Vidya Gyan Board

Vijendra Agarwal, Ph.D.

Co-founder and President

A Charitable Organization committed to:

Encourage Education.Cultivate Knowledge. Enable Development


Malala Yousafzai, 2014 Nobel Peace Prize

Source: WHN Media Network