We sit in prayer for Nepal.
They are our neighbours and we identify with their loss and suffering. More than 6,100 people are feared dead (official figures say it could reach 10,000), about 11,440 people are injured while thousands are missing and eight million are affected. One million children are urgently in need of help. These numbers are startling and heartbreaking scenes of loss and suffering are being communicated to us through the media.
While we pay our respects to those who are deceased, our thoughts are with those who have survived the quake. Our prayers are for the well being and sustenance of those alive, and we expect these prayers will create a positive change in intentionality at the individual and global level.
Nepal needs both aid and prayer at this moment. I appeal to you to donate generously to make support and assistance possible to the beleaguered nation. These donations can be routed through Satsang Foundation, which is coordinating relief measures for Nepal. You may also choose to donate to reputable charitable organisations that are engaged in delivering aid.
I request every one of you to join me in this prayer for healing a shattered nation.
– Sri M
Satsang Foundation’s Nepal Earthquake Relief Fund
Paying Online :
Online donations can be done by bank transfer to Satsang Foundation’s Nepal Earthquake Relief Fund using the below details. Email the transaction reference no. along with your complete address and PAN number to firstname.lastname@example.org :
Beneficiary Name: THE SATSANG FOUNDATION
Account No: 910010018440471
Type of Account: Savings
Bank: AXIS BANK LTD.
Branch: Cox Town Branch, 56 Coles Road, Bangalore-560005, INDIA
Branch IFSC No: UTIB0000231
Payment by Cheque:
Cheques may be sent to the following address favouring Satsang Foundation. Please mention that the donation is being made for Nepal Earthquake Relief Fund, along with your complete address and PAN number:
The Satsang Foundation
48/49, Wheelers Road,
Cox Town, Bangalore 560005, India
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