Meet our Ambassadors dealing with the source:

THE POODLES

We stand for the change – dealing with the source.

Support A Human Trafficking  Survivor in Nepal

We have partnered with the amazing founder of several transit homes for victims of human
trafficking and sex slavery called ABC Nepal, Durga Ghimire, to provide ongoing financial
support for the children she helps nurse back from the physical and emotional
trauma they sustained.

Do Good Now funds their education, housing, and therapy. That means, not only do we
help where it counts, but we can SEE the direct effect of our work on very specific children’s
lives.

That’s children who may grow up to become the next Nobel prize winners, or spiritual
leaders of the world.

Or even just healthy, happy, good people.
The world could always use more of those.

Care to  contribute?

Here are your options:

One Child, One Month

Your Investment:
$100 USD

Your Return

1 month’s costs for a home, school fees, tuition, material, supplies, clothing, food, medical and trauma therapy for one child

One Child, Six Months

Your Investment:
$600 USD

Your Return

6 months’ costs for a home, school fees, tuition, material, supplies, clothing, food, medical and trauma therapy for one child

One Child, One Year

Your investment:
$1,200 USD

Your Return

1 year’s costs for a home, school fees, tuition, material, supplies, clothing, food, medical and trauma therapy for one child

Build It Up

Your investment:
$5,000 USD

Your Return

A brick stone to the new house we are buying to create a bigger center for a brighter future for more children

Would you prefer to help support small business owners through micro-financing instead?
Or maybe sponsor an information campaign to keep the population of Kathmandu from being
tricked into handing their children over to human traffickers?

BECOME An
ambassador
TODAY!

The women and children we work for are living in a conditions where they do not have a voice.
They need our voices to be heard in every room all over the world.
They need our support to help them get out of the life-threatening situations they’re in.
They need ambassadors. A whole big tribe of them.