Relief efforts continue for Nepal, where over 6000 fatalities have been reported with thousands of individuals still unaccounted for.

Local nonprofit One Day’s Wages, founded by Pastor Eugene Cho of Quest Church, is raising money to support those suffering the devastating effects of this disaster:

“In the wake of such a massive earthquake, there is an urgent need to respond quickly to keep the death toll from rising further as hospitals are overwhelmed. This is why we will be working with our partners to provide lifesaving medical care. In addition to medical care, we will be coming alongside Nepalese families to ensure they have access to the basics like: food, water, and shelter. We are in the process of vetting partners in the communities for this relief effort and will post updates as soon as they are established. Our commitment is that long after the news crews have left Nepal, we will still be working with our partners and the local communities to invest in the rebuilding and long-term development of the region… Let’s stand together with the people of Nepal during this traumatic time.”

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