Rural Assistance Nepal (RAN) case study
How Rural Assistance Nepal (RAN) are using Give as you Live to raise funds.
2 fundraising pages
What marketing assets do you use to promote Give as you Live?
We have used campaigns and marketing materials provided by Give as you Live in our marekting toolkit on our Facebook page
How have the funds raised through Give as you Live helped your charity?
One hundred pounds pays a school teacher to teach for a month in one of the three village schools where Rural Assistance Nepal helps pay six extra teachers to work. The government allocates one teacher per 50 students but invariably does not even provide this. Rural Assistance Nepal is helping fill the gap to ensure that no class goes without a teacher. The schools are in the Himalayan village of Deusa that until a couple of years ago had no electricity nor any roads. Changing fast, there is now electricity, so the secondary school now can teach the children about computers. A road now means the village is not so cut off
What does just £5 raised mean to your charity?
£5 will buy each student in a class a pencil to write with