WHO WE ARE:
Restoring Hope Nepal is a partnership between faithful
overseers in Nepal and a Montana-based organization that empowers and supports their work.
We exist to connect the church, local and abroad,
to the needs in Nepal, and equip the church to
MEET OUR TEAM
Surendra has been faithfully serving in Nepal for decades, in many different roles. His partnership with Restoring Hope Nepal first began with care for orphans and abandoned children, then expanded as he saw the problem of trafficking grow in his country. He has a passion to provide trafficked girls and women a safe refuge, giving them hope and freedom from their past lives. As director of the Nepal side of the ministry, he is responsible for the vision and big-picture care of the ministry.
Safe Home Director
Director, Restoring Hope Nepal
Wes Flint started working with the Nepal church about 12 years ago. As the Founder and Executive Director of Restoring Hope Nepal, Wes serves as a voice for the voiceless in the United States. He oversees a board of directors, casting a vision for the future of ministry in Nepal.
Restoring hope to orphans & trafficked women.
Home for Trafficked Women
Restoring Hope Nepal provides prayerful and financial support for the protection and security for those who have been trafficked in Nepal. Our heart is to offer hope and to reintegrate these victims into a fruitful life by nourishing the whole person, emphasizing the value of each person as a special creation of God.
CHILDREN'S HOME SPONSORSHIPS
Additionally, we support the care of orphans and other children in Kathmandu by partnering with children's homes that provide a loving home and practical education. We hope to equip them with all they need to achieve a productive life.
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Restoring Hope Nepal is a 501(c)(3) organization.
We are committed to transparency, financial integrity, and efficient and responsible use of donations.
The work of Restoring Hope Nepal is made possible by our board of directors, tireless staff members, and volunteers in the U.S. and Nepal.
The board is advised by and accountable to a finance committee which provides financial oversight for the organization and ensures adherence to the highest standards of responsible stewardship.