Nepal is in dire need of all the help it can get. Below is a list of the credible sources that will ensure your money goes to the right hands.
Global Giving - Simply hit the orange "donate" button and it will guide you to the payment page. There is also an option for giving monthly donations, which will be matched by someone else every month.
Paytm - On this website you have a number of options. You can either chose a coupon from here , options range from Rs. 50 to Rs. 500.
You can also make donations when you recharge your phone. Or from here , by choosing either of the coupons.
The incredible part is Paytm will be matching your donation, rupee for rupee.
Indiegogo - Simply hit the pink "donate" button, feed in the amount you want to donate, put in your card details and you're done.
Save the Children - This is an extremely important organisation that helps children around the world. The donation page is very simple to get through. The money will be used to help children and families recover from this traumatic experience.
UNICEF - Your donations to the United States UNICEF fund will go directly to help children in Nepal. Simply put in your details, the amount you wish to donate and payment information.
International Medical Corps (IMC) - Hit the orange "donate" button on the top right corner of the page. IMC will use your money to deliver vital health care services that focus on training, helping devastated populations return to self reliance.
7.9 earthquake in Nepal. Our team is on the ground coordinating the response effort.— Intl Medical Corps (@IMC_Worldwide) April 25, 2015
Oxfam - Choose the amount you want to pay and hit donate. You also have the option of one time donation or monthly donations.
Red Cross - Donate to the American Red Cross to ensure necessary medication and blood is delivered to victims.
UN World Food Programme - This is the largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger around the world. Put in your details - country, amount, email, payment method and hit donate.
Doctors Without Borders - This organisation is extremely important as it responds immediately to disaster hit areas by sending much needed medical assistance in the form of doctors, nurses and medication.
Samaritan's Purse - Hit the green button on middle of the page, or scroll to the bottom to input the amount you would like to donate. They provide relief items such as shelter materials, clean water supplies, and hygiene and cooking skills.
Prime Minister's National Relief Fund - The fund was set up many year ago to assist displaced people after partition. Today it provides relief for victims of natural disasters.
CARE - Simply choose a donation amount and fill in your details and the money will be sent.
CRS - Move to the bottom of the page to make your donation. They have procured emergency relief materials such as tarpaulins/shelter kits and water, sanitation and hygiene materials.
CRS expects to expand relief activities beyond initial estimate of 10K families due to scale of the #NepalEarthquake .— CRS News (@CRSnews) April 27, 2015
First Gorkha Rifles - The Army unit affiliated to Nepal will directly operate rescue missions and provide aid in the affected areas. You can make a monetary donation to help their efforts.
Banking details: First Gorkha Association Account No: 3136000100336066 IFSC Code: PUNB 0313600
Charity Water - Give the gift of water to those is desperate need. Add the amount you need and follow the instructions to donate.
Uday Foundation - All donation will go to providing victims with necessary needs such as dry foods, infant food, blankets and sleeping bags, sanitary napkins, etc.
Seva Foundation - You can make a monetary donation here and help fund their efforts towards the earthquake relief.
Every contribution you make will help the people of Nepal a great deal. All the organisations mentioned above are credible and have been labelled as honest. The money you donate will go to the people who need it most. Also if you know people stuck in Nepal or are yourself in need of food or help, this Google Doc has all the information you need.
Please give as much as you can, even the smallest amount helps.
Feature image source: LA Times