Help for real!
DO YOU WANT TO BE PART OWNER IN A school in Nepal?
Now you have the opportunity to become a shareholder in Bona Fortuna’s new School in Kathmandu, Nepal!
In May 2016 we inaugurate the new BONA FORTUNA School ready for 50 children aged 6 to 14 years.
For only 5 US $ per month in 4 years you will be 1/100 owner of our new school building that will accommodate 50 poor children in Kathmandu, Nepal!
You can also choose to pay US$ 60 per year or a lump sum of US$ 240!
Visit your bank today‐ or use our PAYPAL module on this page – mark your payment “BF School“!
On site we will be supported by the municipality of Ghorkarnaswor and that will cover most of the annual operation costs.
Our students cannot normally afford to pay for books or school uniforms ‐ as is common in Nepal ‐ we aim to get help from local stakeholders to cover these limited costs.
We only need to fund the building and the basic equipment. Instead of taking out loans at high interest rates in Nepal, we now offer you the possibility to become a part‐owners of the school!
NB! There are no juridical or economic obligations affiliated with a “part‐owner sponsorship”. It is all charity and for the good of the neediest!
“I have long been skeptical to aid organizations, when you know that only a small amount of the money you donate actually reaches its target.
Then I met the enthusiasts Ewa and Hans Erling, I got a good insight into how Hatune Foundation is run, and how much Sister Hatune and the organization have done for people in need with the limited resources they have at their disposal!
I felt that this is an organization that really makes a difference for the vulnerable and the money is not wasted along the way.
Last autumn my daughter and I even met Prakash Adhikari, the Manager of the orphanage and the Bona Fortuna School, when he was visiting The Hatune Foundation in Europe. Experiencing his passionate commitment only confirmed my beliefs.
When the opportunity to be a part‐owner of the school came up, I could not miss it, even my daughter, and my mother took the opportunity to become monthly donors.
It feels wonderful to help the children in one of the world’s poorest countries so they now can have a school, with good teachers and being given an education that opens their opportunities for a promising future!”