Make a Donation
NAFA is committed to helping people in rural disadvantaged communities improve their lives.
To make a donation to NAFA to help the disadvantaged people of Nepal click on the Give Now button
NAFA guarantees that 100% of Overseas Aid donations goes directly to Nepal.
The GiveNow button accepts donations from other countries
Donate by Direct Bank Deposit
For those of you who would prefer to donate money directly into our bank account please complete the form to the right, then use our banking details to make your deposit. A tax receipt will be emailed to you, detailing your donation and your preference for a particular project, along with the date and amount of the donation.
Banking details for direct deposit or bank transfer:
Bank of Queensland
BSB Number: 124030
Account Name: Nepal Australia Overseas Aid account
Account Number: 20108427
Reference: please use your name
Some examples of how you can direct your donations are …
$30 – provides the gift of sight for a cataract blind person (remote eye clinic conducted by Tilganga Eye Centre, Nepal)
$50 – provides educational library/craft resources for schools in remote villages
$100 – provides the gift of hearing through Himalayan Health and Hearing (hearing aids, batteries, audiology equipment)
$200 – supports the school development fund (classrooms, skylights, toilets)
$325-$500 – provides Further Education & Training for students – FEAT
$300 p.a. – provides part teacher sponsorship for a remote village
Thank you for your kind donation to help disadvantaged people in Nepal.
Direct Deposit Donation to NAFA
Sponsor a Child’s Education
Sponsorship opportunities are available to help students with primary and secondary schooling and/or further education and training.
Please contact our Sponsorship Officer Joanne Bicknell via our Contact Page
Many Australians are seeking to leave a lasting legacy through bequests or charitable trusts. If you remember NAFA (Qld) in your Will you will be supporting the work of our Association in assisting to improve the physical, social, emotional and economic well being of people in Nepal.