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Vulnerable children’s homes:

Viśvāsa House

Vulnerable children’s homes:

Viśvāsa House

Help us build Viśvāsa House

In Nepali, the word “viśvāsa” means “faith”. Viśvāsa House will provide a loving home for up to 10 young boys under the age of 12 who have been rescued from trafficking, or who need protection from high-risk situations. Viśvāsa House is one of 14 new vulnerable children’s homes that we plan to build with your support over the coming years as part of The Pokhara Project. 

You can support the construction of this home by part or fully funding the build. You can also choose to fund the entire building, which will include Viśvāsa House and Śakti House. Every single dollar you give today will go directly to the field—that’s 100% of your gift!

About this home:

Name: Viśvāsa House

Location: Pokhara, Nepal

Who will live in this home? Boys under 12 years old

Cost to fully fund this home: $125,000

Cost to fully fund the building (two homes): $250,000

A place to live, grow and thrive

Overseen by qualified carers, the homes will be a refuge where girls and boys can form lifelong friendships, gain a sense of belonging—and have the freedom to simply be kids, free from the threat of trafficking. 

It’s our Field Partner’s hope and priority that girls and boys rescued from trafficking can be safely reunited with their families. Until this is possible, the homes provide a place where they can nurture their curiosity through formal schooling and grow healthy and strong with holistic health support.

Your support will provide children with more than just four walls. 

You will be giving children:

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A place to belong

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Education and empowerment

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Love and safety

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Holistic healthcare

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Counselling and mentoring

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Play and development opportunities

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Nutritious food

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Friendship and connection

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Access to formal schooling

Fully fund Viśvāsa House—or the entire building

You can fully fund the construction of Viśvāsa House with a gift of $125,000. Alternatively, you can choose to fully fund the construction of the entire building—which includes Viśvāsa House and Śakti House—with a generous gift of $250,000. 

If you fund the building (two homes), you will receive exclusive naming rights as a special thank you! A dedicated plaque will be displayed in the new building to honour your incredible generosity.

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Viśvāsa House

$125,000 would fund the entire construction of Viśvāsa House, from foundations to roofing, providing a loving home for up to 10 vulnerable children at any given time.

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Viśvāsa House and Śakti House

$250,000 would fund the construction of the whole building, which includes both Viśvāsa House and Śakti House, providing loving homes for up to 20 vulnerable children combined at any given time.

Got questions or want more information?

You can speak directly with one of our partnership managers about this giving opportunity by emailing [email protected] or calling 1300 081 190.

Give now to help build Viśvāsa House

Give Freedom - 100% Funding Model

Thank you for your generosity! You can fully fund the construction of Viśvāsa House with a gift of $125,000 or part-fund the build with an amount of your choice. All Australian donations over $5 are fully tax deductible—and 100% will go directly to the field.

* If you choose to part-fund this home, your gift will be pooled and used to cover the building project as a whole.

Please note: For security purposes, there is a $125,000 credit card transaction limit. If you wish to give over this amount, please process your gift in multiple transactions of no more than $125,000 at a time. Your support is greatly appreciated!

Funding Policy: 100% of all gifts made here will be directed to Give Freedom International program. Give Freedom’s program focus is infrastructure and capacity-building work known as The Pokhara Project, in partnership with 3 Angels Nepal, which includes the construction of vulnerable children’s homes. Please note that a limited proportion of these funds may be directed to disaster relief and other emergency support for our Field Partner prior to the completion of their new facilities.