Blankets Still Needed for Nepal

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Help Us Buy 159 Warm, Wool Blankets for Tenchet Village, Nepal

Tenchet Village of Dhading District was completely destroyed by the earthquakes of April 27th and May 12th this year. The second earthquake triggered a landslide that completely wiped out the village.  The earthquakes destroyed the church, 53 homes, the school, the medical outpost as well as the centuries old terraced farms.

Tenchet Village was one of the first Christian villages in the Ganesh Himal Range of the Himalaya Mountains. This is a remote village that overlooks the Ankhu Khola River Valley. There are no roads to this village, and is accessible only by foot trails. It is in keeping with the traditional mountain villages of the region.

Renaissance Outreach Ministries is teaming up with HIMS-Nepal, a local Christian NGO (non-government organization) to raise funds to purchase 159 blankets for the residents who are now beginning the work of reconstruction. The people are living in a tent city as they rebuild their church, houses, school, farms and medical outpost. They desperately need warm blankets before the winter snows begin to set in. Cold weather is already starting to come at night and by December, winter snows will be upon the Himalayas.

Warm, thick wool blankets are being purchased in Kathmandu by HIMS-Nepal (a government registered NGO) and cost $37 each. Donations can be sent to Renaissance Outreach Ministries at

Renaissance Outreach Ministries
Box 121, Greentown, IN 46936


Renaissance Outreach Ministries is a member of The Missionary Church International. All donations are tax deductible.