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Saturday June 20th, 4pm

Make a difference

You can empower vulnerable people and communities!

One Class Goes Missing

Every DAY the equivalent of one classroom of children go missing.

A better way to help?

By far the best way to help is providing education and their own schools.

100% is donated

ALL of the funds you donate are sent to Nepal.

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to see what we do and how you can be a part of long-term change!

Fully independent, DGR and government registered charity

identifying &

facilitating

local action

Three Angels Australia is an independent charity with a difference. We are a network of volunteers, donors, supporters and advocates who give 100% of your donated funds to help our partner 3 Angels Nepal. All administration and other running costs are seperately donated! We are passionate about making lasting change! We’ve investigated and identified how best to bring profound opportunities to young people so they can change the course of their own future. We are a fully registered Australian DGR organisation (Deductible Gift Recipient) meaning all donations from Australian are fully tax deductible.

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leave a lasting legacy

3 ANGELS NEPAL SCHOOL PROJECT

fully-owned schools

brighter futures!

Renting and maintaining the 3 Angel Nepal school perpetually drains away valuable donated funds and is a cruel barrier to inclusion for more needy families. Helping communities purchase their own schools allows donations to help significantly more children, now and well into the future. The funds become not a “hand-out” but a “leg-up”.

Hence, our current project is funding the building of a school and children’s homes facilities for 3 Angels Nepal. This will provide a safe and well equipped environment for students, with space to expand. The school’s goal is to be self-funding and fight human trafficking through education!

100%

of donations go to our partner 3 Angels Nepal

Maya’s Changed Life

Maya’s Changed Life

Maya* was born into a poor family living near the Indo-Nepal border. Her alcoholic father was violent and Maya and her mother became victims...

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