Lease extended

June 19, 2013

Lease extended

We are delighted to let you know that we have just extended our lease agreement for Grace Women’s Home for another two years.


Angela and Bob have a new roof!

April 23, 2012

Angela and Bob, our cows, moved in last week to Grace Women’s Home.  They look healthy and happy already in their new home.






Angela and Bob's new cow shed

HIV/Aids training

January 22, 2012

We are pleased to be able to take care of a lady with HIV at our Grace Women’s Home – her former husband transmitted the disease to her.  She moved in last week and we provided all the ladies at the home training and education about HIV/Aids and how best to take care of her.  Here they are discussing the issues.

Happy times at our new home

August 26, 2011

Isn’t this a great photo of our women enjoying each other’s company at Grace Women’s Home?

Our Home is Open!

July 4, 2011

Today, July 4th, our ladies moved into our new Grace Women’s Home on the outskirts of Kathmandu – we are so excited for them!  Three women, four children and our new home manager, Shubhadra,  have relocated and there will be more women arriving over the next few weeks.  We have 11 rooms for them as well as a kitchen and meeting room.

There are plans to set up a bio-dynamic farm on the land and we hope the women will be a strong support to one another – all of them have endured great hardship.

Our first residents

We still require some funding so if you think you could commit to giving £10/month to keep this home running then please get in contact:

Thank you!

Mission Statement

June 29, 2011

I have just added a mission statement for our new Grace Women’s Home to this website. You’ll find it here.

Grace Women’s Home Mission Statement

An Amazing Opportunity

April 19, 2011
We have great news to share with you; doesn’t this look like a beautiful place to live?!
We have been thinking of setting up a home to house our women for a while, and this centre is available for us to rent.  It is at the edge of Kathmandu Valley in an unspoilt and unpolluted location.
The benefits:
20 women could live there and provide company to each other; we hope to provide their meals too.  Unlike the rooms that they currently live in, there is running water and we will install a
back-up electricity source so that they won’t be plunged into darkness during the many powercuts.  The building is far safer in an earthquake than the delapidated buildings the women live in in heavily built up Kathmandu.
It costs £650 per month and so we are looking for 65 people to give £10 per month to make it possible.
Please consider if you can help us, as you know we are only a small charity.  Please e-mail Anna at if you can help.
Want to see more, take a look at GoogleEarth:,85.389712&spn=0.001326,0.001778&z=19
We have also made a video about the project which you can view here
Not only will your money be used to help to provide our women with a home, since we are renting the property from another charity called Restless Development ( they will use the funds we give them to assist them in their youth projects across Nepal – it’s a charity Two For One!

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