The Esther Benjamins Trust is a small charity doing big things in Nepal.
The Esther Benjamins Trust has grown to become a leading UK registered charity focuing solely on improving the lives of Nepal’s most vulnerable children and young people.
Among other achievements the trust has:
The Trust works for Nepal's most excluded and at risk children. The current focus is on children who have been trafficked into India, rescued by the Trust and returned home or to the safety of its refuge.
We excel in locating and rescuing Nepali children who have been trafficked or displaced into India and in supporting their post-rescue care - by reuniting children with families wherever possible, and by providing structured residential refuge in Nepal and access to education.
Over the years we have adapted our work depending on the needs of the children in Nepal. Read more about what we do here >Sponsor Now
Join us on Wednesday 2nd December at 7.30pm in the beautiful Grosvenor Chapel, in the heart of London's Mayfair, for an evening of wonderful music with top London choir Canticum www.canticum.org.uk.Wine will be served in the interval. We plan to hold a briefing beforehand to update supporters on our work and there will be a chance to meet Karna Tamang MBE, our Nepali Chair. To buy tickets (£15 each), go to http://christmascarols.brownpapertickets.com
What we do
The Esther Benjamins Trust rescues and rehabilitates trafficked Nepali children. We save them from forced labour and bring them home, and we try to prevent trafficking in vulnerable communities.
Sincere thanks to Brentwood a Becket Rotary Club for obtaining Essex district's first ever Global Grant, to support our work in Nepal. Thanks also to Max Heaton (17) who raised money for us by holding a marimba recital - a wonderful achievement. To read more about both of these fundraising successes, click here
Later this month, we are changing our name to "Child Rescue Nepal".