Dear Friends,
KRMEF suffered damage, but is still standing strong, including our bottle buildings. Staff, volunteers and interns all survived and are doing well, helping to organize and rebuild.
Now that the earthquakes have subsided, the foundation has decided to take the initiative to help rebuild the local community, starting with those most in need and expanding as we build our capacity.The following is a letter from Krishna explaining the situation, and how you can help.
Nepal Earthquake Update Letter

Swiss Account (Swiss Francs):
Freie Gemeinschaftsbank, Basel PC 40-963-0
IBAN CH13 0839 2000 0000 2488 0
Projektvermerk: Acacia-Erdbeben Nepal
American Account (U.S Dollars):

Donations are being collected through our Paypal account.

To donate by check, please mail to:
7108 Holly Ave.
Takoma Park, MD 20912

German Account (Euros):
Wir werden folgendes Konto angeben:
Zukunftsstiftung Entwicklung, Bochum GLS Bank, DE-Bochum
IBAN: DE05 4306 0967 0012 3300 10
Spendenvermerk: Kevin Rohan Foundation/Erdbeben Nepal

The Kevin Rohan Memorial Eco-Foundation (KRMEF) is an NGO established in 2008 in the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal. Our aim is to create a healthy, sustainable environment that embodies eco-friendly practices for the well-being of local communities.

Our founding principles have remained at the center of all our activities, they are: respect, integrity, dignity, productivity, trust, and inclusiveness. Through our programs, we wish to foster the growth of inclusive communities throughout all of Nepal and beyond.

We believe that our individual health and happiness is profoundly connected with our natural environment, so by taking steps to live sustainably, with can ensure a healthy earth while leading enriching lives.

Our goal is to create and implement eco-friendly programs designed to promote and encourage sustainable community development in order to influence and nurture a fundamental kinship with the environment in our local community and throughout Nepal as a whole.

Join us in making a more healthy and sustainable Nepal!


– Eco-guest house

Leela’s Eco Cafe

Volunteer programs

Local & sustainable fuel production

Biodynamic farming

Use of local resources for crafts

Ecological architecture

– Training & education for handicapped, old age & leprosy villagers

– Free clinics & Waldorf inspired school


Check in soon for our upcoming events! In the meantime, check out our blog, and programs tab to see what we have been up to recently!


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