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Beverly Bronson

Director

Ghar Sita Mutu

Direct Phone: (212) ***-****direct phone

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Volunteer at the Kathmandu childrens home with EHN.

ehn-nepal.org [cached]

This non-profit, NGO (Non-Govern-mental Organization) was founded by Beverly Bronson in 2001, when she found two children, Krishna and Babu aged five and two, huddled in front of a tin hut after being abandoned by their mother.
Since that time, Ghar Sita Mutu has built a facility that houses the children's home and training center, and continues to expand its outreach every year under the leadership of Beverly who serves as director of the organization.


Home

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Governmental Organization) was founded by Beverly Bronson in 2001, when she found two children, Krishna and Babu aged five and two, huddled in front of a tin hut after being abandoned by their mother.
Since that time, House with Heart (HwH) has built a facility that houses the children's home and education center, and continues to expand its outreach every year under the leadership of Beverly who serves as president and CEO of the organization.


Our Charity: Bambino Land Proudly Supports Ghar Sita Mutu, A House with a Heart

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Unable to find anyone to care for the children, Beverly became their guardian and admitted them into a bleak and overcrowded hostel attached to a small school.
The boys did not thrive, and she began to dream about providing a home for them and other abandoned children that would also help support and train destitute mothers. After some initial fundraising and a financial commitment from two friends, Noel Faulkner and Dr. Mark Rogers, Beverly returned to Nepal and rented a 12-room house. Beverly Bronson, a London native, founded Ghar Sita Mutu in 2001 and has directed its expansion since then. Beverly is the unpaid director of the organization. Funding comes mainly from individual donors who attend a yearly fundraiser and read her bi-yearly newsletter.


Walk for Nepal » Partners- Dallas

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This non-profit, NGO (Non-Govern-mental Organization) was founded by Beverly Bronson in 2001, when she found two children, Krishna and Babu aged five and two, huddled in front of a tin hut after being abandoned by their mother.
Since that time, Ghar Sita Mutu has built a facility that houses the childrens home and training center, and continues to expand its outreach every year under the leadership of Beverly who serves as director of the organization.


Our story

www.housewithaheart.org [cached]

Beverly Bronson, the organization's founder and director, splits her time between Nepal and New York.
In the U.S. She administers the organization, working with a few volunteers. She oversees a small paid staff in Nepal. Ghar Sita Mutu was founded as a charity in 2001 by Beverly Bronson, a volunteer social worker in Nepal, when she found two abandoned brothers aged two and five huddled together outside their tin hut in the streets of Kathmandu, Nepal. Unable to find anyone to care for the children, Beverly became their guardian and admitted them into hostel attached to a school. The boys did not thrive in this bleak environment, and she dreamed about starting a charity to provide a home for them and other abandoned children that would also help support and train destitute mothers. After some initial fundraising and a financial commitment from friends, Beverly returned to Nepal and rented a 12- room house. Babu (2) & Krishna (5) when Beverly found them in 2001. It is typical that very young children are put in charge of their siblings. The Ghar Sita Mutu children are all ready for school. GSM founder and director Beverly Bronson with baby Sujita.


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