© 2014 Ghar Sita Mutu

Ghar Sita Mutu -

House with Heart

of Kathmandu, Nepal is:

  

• a home for abandoned   

  children,

 

• a training center for destitute

  women,


• and an outreach program for

  needy families.

House with Heart

  


Ghar Sita Mutu is a charity that provides a home for abandoned children, a training center for destitute women, and an outreach program for needy families in Kathmandu, Nepal. This non-profit, NGO (Non-Govern-mental Organization) was founded by Beverly Bronson in 2001, when she found two children, Krishna and Babu aged five and two, huddled in front of a tin hut after being abandoned by their mother.












Since that time, Ghar Sita Mutu has built a facility that houses the children’s home and training center, and continues to expand its outreach every year under the leadership of Beverly who serves as director of the organization.

As one of the most impoverished countries in the world, Nepal has no government social safety net,  and a limited number of charities and non-profits are operating. With the help of our generous donors, we provide hope for a better future and the chance to live with dignity.

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Check it out!

This video gives a glimpse of life at GSM and shows how the children have grown over the years. Many thanks to Mary Patierno for editing the footage shot by Fiona Scoones.




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The younger girls set off to school with Beverly.

School Renovations

Many thanks to Claudine Martin, Patricia LaRocque and Christina Redman for donating money towards renovating the bathrooms at the school the Ghar Sita Mutu children attend along with 900 other local children.


A big THANK YOU to all of the donors to the kindergarten renovation project at the same school! We met our goal of $5,500, and with an additional generous matching grant of $3,000 from anonymous donors, we will purchase learning materials as well.


Scottish Visitors

Thank you to our hardworking friends from Scotland, Genevieve Smyth, Graham Bodenham, and Susan Scarthere. They ran drama therapy training programs, completed repair projects at the House, and did some fundraising for us.


Birthday Fundraiser 

Colleen Boland raised over $1,500 in her annual Birthday Bash for Cash. A big thank you to Colleen Auntie and her family and friends!   

 

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