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Nepalese Earthquake Appeal

On the 25th of April, 2015, an earthquake measuring M7.9 occurred in Nepal, with over 4000* people killed and an unknown number injured or missing.

The gender-friendly toilet block provides sanitation and security (Image Source: BNMT)

Your donation will help us build gender-friendly toilet blocks providing sanitation and security
(Image Credit: BNMT)

Handle With Care International has created a specific appeal running to specifically help raise money to be provisioned for care efforts in the region utilising our partner on the ground in Nepal, The Britain-Nepal Medical Trust.Read More

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Google’s Generosity Helping HWCI

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Google is helping HWCI achieve its goals


We are very thankful to Google for its generosity in awarding Handle With Care International with a monthly grant of USD$10,000 in-kind for advertising within Google Adwords.

This amazing regular donation is part of the Google Grants program and empowers Handle With Care International to promote our missions and initiatives on Google search result pages free of charge.Read More

The winners from HWCI's trivia night fund-raiser for Anwaf

Trivia Night for Anwaf – Huge Success

The winners from HWCI's trivia night fund-raiser for Anwaf

The winners from HWCI’s trivia night fund-raiser for Anwaf

The recent Trivia Fundraiser for Anwaf held at the Melbourne Bowling Club was a great success! We raised just over $3000, and are thrilled with this amount! This money will go towards funding the post-operative care Anwaf needs in Indonesia. This will make a huge positive impact for his family, and it’s thanks to you!Read More


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The Little Boy With The Brain Tumour

7 Year-Old Anwaf

7 Year-Old Anwaf required brain surgery to remove a tumour

Note: This article was written by our medical partners RSM Bali and translated from Indonesian to English by Simon Cottrill

Aaron and Halimah have suffered more than many parents. For over 9 years, Halimah cared for her sick parent with diabetes, who eventually passed away, but the cost of treatment over a long period of time left a large debt. In order to pay the debt, Halimah became a migrant worker in 2008 in Saudi Arabia. Aaron, (her husband) also went to Saudi Arabia in 2011. In 2012, Aaron and Halimah returned to Indonesia to prepare Anwaf for elementary school.Read More

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Our Volunteers Set Us Apart

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Vice-President Dorothy cooks up a storm

Handle With Care International is not like other humanitarian organisations. We are a small group run entirely by volunteers, which means we have no staff, minimal administrative overheads and so almost 100% of the money that you donate, either for a LifeStraw, as a member, making a donation, or by buying a fundraising product goes directly towards helping people in need.Read More