Hami Nepal holds first AGM, launches website

Hami Nepal, a youth-led non-profit organization, organises its first annual general meeting (AGM) at Hotel Badagaon in Bhaktapur. Photo courtesy: HN

KATHMANDU: Hami Nepal, a youth-led non-profit organisation, has successfully organised its first annual general meeting (AGM) in Bhaktapur. The AGM was held to pay respect to its volunteers and all the well-wishers who have been supporting the organisation since its establishment in 2015.

On the occasion of the AGM, Hami Nepal honoured the guests including Dr Sanduk Ruit, Barbara Foundation Chairman; Deepak Bhatta, Infinity Holdings Chairman; Upendra Hirawat, Infinity Holdings Director; Sulav Agrawal, Shankar Group Vice Chairman; Sahil Agrawal, Shanker Group Managing Director; who have continuously helping the organisation to reach its goals of selflessly serving the needy.

The organisation also launched its website which aims to maintain transparency of the donated funds and all the expenses of the organisation.

Addressing the event, Sudan Gurung, President of Hami Nepal said, “Our entire team is very grateful to all the donors and volunteers from all over the world, who have shown endless support and love to make our vision a success. We strongly believe and recognise the power of youth and vision to become a platform for all young individuals who want to make a difference in what matters. The purpose of the organisation is to have a positive impact on society by changing how we think about others and how we connect — changes that are more important than ever. Our group also serves as a voice for those who have no one else to speak for them.”

Further, he said, “We believe that the website will help build more trust in our organisation as it is a verifying platform for all the donors to keep track of their donations. It will also connect donors and the recipients directly. Moreover, the website will be a transparent platform where donors can check the status of past and ongoing projects. It will be the first time in Nepal, where donors will have the freedom to make donations either for a cause or for the organisation’s administration cost, and the funds will be solely utilised on the purpose that it is donated for. This way, the funds generated will be fully utilised for the welfare of the needy.  It will also connect volunteers willing to actively participate in social reforms activities conducted by Hami Nepal.”

Hami Nepal is a movement that truly believes in the narrative ‘For the people, by the people’ translating every individual coming in to work for the greater good of the country’s people.

Hami Nepal has relentlessly paved a path to reach out to victims and casualties specialising in Covid 19, disaster management, and rescue service in the country.



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