Frequently asked questions
We liaise closely with colleagues in Nepal to make sure that we are raising funds for where it is most needed, and our ‘donate’ page reflects this. By giving INF project staff flexibility about how your gift is spent, you are helping us direct funds where it can make the most difference. Thank you so much for your support.
If you are from a charitable trust or make decisions about grants, and have a specific interest area you’d like to discuss, please contact Phil at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss this further.
Due to tax implications in Nepal, we cannot accept personal gifts for mission personnel through INF/UK. Please contact Esther at email@example.com if you have further questions about this.
You can give towards mission personnel support costs (both one-off and regularly) through this website or via the office. This goes into a general pool which funds living allowances, housing, air fares, medical costs, logistical support, personal development and pastoral care.
No – our work is an expression of Christian compassion to people in need, regardless of religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, race, disability or ethnic background.
The majority of INF’s work takes place in the three Western regions of Nepal. As well as in Nepal, we also work with the Nepali diaspora in the UK and Europe. You can read more about our work here
There are a number of existing prayer groups for Nepal – and we’d love there to be more!
Please contact Lynda at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to find out about groups near you, or talk through setting up a new one.
The best thing to do is to get in touch and talk us through your event or activity so we can support you. You can request a speaker, some of our latest literature and updates or talk through fundraising tips, advice on getting sponsorship and much more! Contact Fred at email@example.com