How to donate

Aussie Action Abroad Charity Participants

Aussie Action Abroad (AAA) is an Australian registered charity that has been working in Nepal since 2000 in community development projects.

You can make a real difference by supporting our work by donating to the Nepal gift fund. Your gift will be used directly to deliver support to the communities in Nepal.

Donations will also be directed to remote communities in the provision of facilities, training and education support. Every cent raised will be used in Nepal and given to projects and communities as identified by our Nepali partners and AAA directors.

Donations can be made by:

EFT/Bank Transfer payment or by visiting any Commonwealth Bank branch and use the following details:

Action Abroad Ltd – GIFT ACCOUNT
BSB: 063-502
Account Number: 1088 7607

If you would like a receipt, please send an email to Graeme Kent Director –

IN-STEP, Nepal    Itpare Neighbourhood – Support to Empower Program

Henrietta and Joe Camilleri in collaboration with Bishwash Nepali of the HRCDRC (Human Rights and Community Development Resource Centre) of the Rasuwa District, north of Kathmandu, have established a program in the disadvantaged and earthquake-affected village of Itpare, aimed at improving quality of life of the villagers. The program primarily supports children and young people in continuing their education as a way out of poverty; but also training for villagers in income generation, infrastructure improvements and finding a way out of debt to microfinance companies.


Donations can be made directly to IN-STEP, Nepal
Account details: BSB 062692 Acct: 36581368
Please reference name of donor.

Receipts are issued by AAA enabling tax deductibility. Please provide email contact details.

  • Thoroughly enjoyed my time as a member of the construction crew with AAA’s Nepal expedition 2012/13. On top of the opportunity to give towards a community that I had never met before, the camaraderie shared between the AAA organisation and other volunteers throughout the trip, during the work, trek and sightseeing stages was a truly fulfilling and humbling experience. This is an experience that I would wholeheartedly recommend to anyone, whatever their stage in life!

    Stuart, 2013
  • I loved experiencing a culture that is so strong-willed and determined, yet so easy going and genuinely happy. The adversities faced by the local Nepali people is what keeps them going day in day out, and the generosity of Westerners is a gift well and truly deserved.

    Rebekka, 2016
  • A truly inspiring experience watching the participants and Nepali locals working together to successfully complete the Mongoladoya School construction project. The most touching memory was hearing the immense gratitude from the local community and school children throughout the project duration and the celebration ceremony thrown for us after the completion of the works.

    Emily, 2016 (Team Leader)