Asha Foundation For Humanity

Giving Hope and Inspiration to Children

Asha Foundation For Humanity is a registered charity in Australia that brings hope and inspiration to underserved communities. We build engaging learning environments, sponsor educational programs, and support the health and well-being of children and their caretakers.

With more than a decade of success partnering with NGO’s to design high-impact, sustainable programs, we have a proven track record of converting donations into fast, tangible outcomes. We work directly with community members to identify their specific needs and concerns, and we have the utmost respect for their unique cultures, beliefs and traditions. As a foundation, we are dedicated to giving compassionate support, elevating people’s quality of life in lasting ways, and practicing true human kindness in action.

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As a foundation, we are dedicated to giving compassionate support, elevating people’s quality of life in lasting ways, and practicing true human kindness in action.

Asha Foundation for Humanity
ANZ
BSB: 012 606
ACC: 428553482


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NUTURING AND ENCOURAGING
It’s been said the willingness to learn is a choice. We’re happy to announce after intermittent forced closures over the past four months due to Covid, the Ban Kung Learning Center is back up and running! Village leaders have requested us to arrange smaller classes with more social distancing for the time being. The kids are thrilled to be reunited and eager to learn. 

To all the good folks who have stood by BKLC for the past 2 1/2 years we thank you and ask for your support to continue. We are making a difference in the lives of these disadvantaged children. Thank you for giving them a hand up. Stay tuned. More to come!

NUTURING AND ENCOURAGING
It’s been said the willingness to learn is a choice. We’re happy to announce after intermittent forced closures over the past four months due to Covid, the Ban Kung Learning Center is back up and running! Village leaders have requested us to arrange smaller classes with more social distancing for the time being. The kids are thrilled to be reunited and eager to learn.

To all the good folks who have stood by BKLC for the past 2 1/2 years we thank you and ask for your support to continue. We are making a difference in the lives of these disadvantaged children. Thank you for giving them a hand up. Stay tuned. More to come!
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A CALL TO ACTION
It was seven years ago this week a devastating earthquake struck Nepal. In a matter of a minute, homes turned into rubble. Thousands perished. Many without food, electricity, water, road connectivity, sanitation, or communication. 

The good folks behind the Asha Foundation quickly initiated the GIVE ME SHELTER campaign. Our team immediately provided, food, cooking supplies, medicine and shelters for over 73 families. 

There is no exercise better for the heart than lifting people in their time of need.

A CALL TO ACTION
It was seven years ago this week a devastating earthquake struck Nepal. In a matter of a minute, homes turned into rubble. Thousands perished. Many without food, electricity, water, road connectivity, sanitation, or communication.

The good folks behind the Asha Foundation quickly initiated the GIVE ME SHELTER campaign. Our team immediately provided, food, cooking supplies, medicine and shelters for over 73 families.

There is no exercise better for the heart than lifting people in their time of need.
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EVERY DAY IS A CHANCE TO LEARN
Tintale Village, Nepal 2022 | It’s morning time here in the village as the kids enthusiastically arrive for another day of classes. We all know education enhances the power of experience and the beauty of life. The Asha Foundation deeply appreciates those thoughtful contributors who supported the building of this beautiful bamboo structure. A world full of little learners today means a universe packed with brilliant minds tomorrow.
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