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During times of need, let us donate for Nepal earthquake victims

Two weeks down the line and the rescue operation is still on in Nepal. People from all over the world want to do something or the other for the victims of the Nepal Earthquake. To do the bit, you can Donate for Nepal through the various foundations that have opened up in the government.

For donating your bit to Nepal, you can send the following-

1. Food packets.
2. Water Packets.
3. Blankets, clothes.

These are a few things, out of the many in the list that might come of use of the victims of Nepal, most of whom are currently homeless and penniless. Apart from these materialistic things, you can send in money orders to the bank accounts of the government officials who are liable to send the items and money to the victims of the Nepal quake.

Donate for Nepal because Nepal is a neighboring country. It is rightfully said that in the times of need, it is only a neighbor who is there to help another neighbor. If tomorrow, you fall into any kind of trouble or calamity then Nepal would also help us. The army and the military are doing their best in finding the victims of the quake, recovering them and uniting them with their families. And now, it is our time, as a human being to send in whatever we can from our lives to the victims so that they at least can stay a bit warmer and can have ample amount of food for the time being. Throughout the media, there are different numbers and account numbers circulated which can allow you to send in the help that you want to through the form of food, material or money. Let us do our bit and Donate for Nepal.

Visit our site http://www.redcross.ie/news/appeals/nepal-quake-donate-appeal/

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