US Nepal Climbers Association, Inc. donated NRS. 32,000 (approximately US $329) to each of the seventeen family guides who was killed during Everest avalanche on April 18, 2014.
Members of US Nepal Climbers Association, Inc. went to Solukhumbu Region inorder to provide a fund for the support of the family members of the fallen Sherpa climbers.
The US Nepal Climbers Association, Inc. is a non-profit organization chaired by Mr. Serap Jangbu Sherpa and it works to support education of orphans of mountain climbers. The amount were donated to the family members of the avalanche victims.
As many as 13 people were killed, 3 are missing and 6 were injured in the avalanche at the Everest Base camp on 18 April.
US Nepal Climbing Association is deeply committed to working for the welfare of mountaineering expedition workers, their families and communities. Following the loss of the lives of 16 climbing Sherpas on Mt. Everest in the avalanche that occurred on 18 April 2014, US Nepal Climbers has been working to provide support for the families directly affected by this tragedy and also create a long-term, sustainable way to assist Nepalese affected by all mountaineering incidents in the future.
With the clear need for an official response system to provide support for all victims of mountaineering accidents in Nepal in mind, UNCA has established the Fund, which received approval from the following. On behalf of USNCA, We would like to thaks to all the donor for Support Everest Avalanche : 2014 Victims.