We’re delighted that you’re thinking about fundraising with Our Sansar. We welcome fundraising activities by groups and individuals and are always open to new ideas for activities and events. Fundraising is a fantastic way to help us raise awareness and funds whilst having a great time, and you’ll always have the support of our dedicated staff to help you along the way.

Get in touch at to discuss your ideas and we will send you a fundraising pack! Included in the pack are a host of ways that you can go about your fundraising – from cake bakes to bungee jumps, you know what will appeal to your family, friends and colleagues, so don’t be shy, get involved!

What others have done to help:

We teamed up with Asda for Easter and ran a few competitions at our stall fundraise easter

Children at Grittleton House school prepared posters, held a tuck shop and a bright clothes ‘dress up’ day to raise their funds.

Staff at Stepstone’s solutions are planning their very own Stepstone’s Got Talent. Groups of staff from their offices in various countries will be performing a karaoke singing or dancing act, with each country sponsoring their act and a clapometer deciding the winner!

Nitin and Mina have just completed their very own Everest Challenge, taking on a staggering 19 day ascent and descent, rising to over 18,000 feet to the Everest base camp – all in aid of Our Sansar.

Michelle’s legacy:


In support of Our Sansar and in memory of Michelle, one of our fantastic volunteers who sadly passed away last Christmas, her friends are taking on a number of challenges this summer!

Seamus is running 5 marathons (pictured right on his latest challenge)!

Click here to support Seamus

While Fiona is on a fundraising mission, she has already held a cake sale and is looking for new ideas for Our Sansar all the time.


All the money you raise will go a long way in Nepal and will help to make a real difference to children’s lives. Your support means that we can continue to run and grow our projects, making sure we reach as many disadvantaged children as possible. Increasing the number of teachers, training staff, medics and building staff we can send means that we reach more children who desperately need our help.

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