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Moving women & children out of poverty

House with Heart (formerly Ghar Sita Mutu) is a charity that provides a home for abandoned children, an education center for impoverished women and children, and an outreach program for needy families in Kathmandu, Nepal.

This non-profit NGO (Non-Governmental 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, House with Heart (HwH) has built a facility that houses the children’s home and education center, and continues to expand its outreach every year under the leadership of Beverly who serves as president and CEO of the organization.

A Benefit for House with Heart

at Tibet House

Saturday, May 16, 2015

7-11 pm

Tibet House

22 West 15th Street, 2nd Floor

New York, NY



Krishna and Babu, aged 5 & 2, were found huddled by their tin hut.


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A 7.9 magnitude earthquake hit Nepal today near Kathmandu, Nepal. Over 800 people have died, and the number is expected to rise. Thousands have been injured. Thankfully the children and staff of House with Heart are safe at the moment, though very frightened. Aftershocks are ongoing and dangerous. The children and staff (35 people) are living in two tents onsite and have some emergency food supplies, which were purchased as part of natural disaster planning. Thunderstorms are in progress, aggravating the situation. Some buildings around the House have collapsed.

Beverly Bronson, founder and House Mummy left Kathmandu two days ago. She is currently in London enroute to New York. She has been in touch with son Babu via Facebook. He reports the House is standing but there has been damage to the solar panels, windows, and walls.

House with Heart has an urgent need of funds to cover the costs of emergency food and other necessities like sleeping bags and portable solar lamps for themselves and their neighbors. As is always the case after crises like this, food and other necessities are difficult to come by and prices will skyrocket.

This is a very volatile and troubling situation for all of us involved with House with Heart. We will continue to provide updates via Facebook.

But for now, can you help? Any amount will make a difference.