“We All Rotate” was born out of the devastating Earthquakes in Nepal in April/May of 2015. Founder Steve Beatty has been a regular visitor to Nepal over the last 4 years and has a real heart for the country, its people and cultures. Steve was trekking in Nepal when the earthquakes struck and saw firsthand the devastation and trauma inflicted upon the nation. Action was taken immediately following, by sourcing a team of locals and purchasing food and aid supplies and distributing the goods to rural communities in desperate need of help. The last 12 months have seen “We All Rotate” grow a strong and positive reputation locally in Australia and within Nepal with strong relationships made with rural community leaders and local anti-trafficking agencies.
Our projects to date include:
Emergency accommodation materials and food following the earthquake to a remote village.
Providing materials and labour to restore water to a devastated village.
Art Classes and workshops.
Inviting an international art teacher to teach art classes within local Kathmandu schools and colleges.
Locally made (Geelong) re-usable sanitary packs are distributed with training to women in rural communities using a strong partnership with local Nepalese NGO's.
Identifying children and families that require assistance obtaining school placement and providing financial assistance with enrollment and education costs.
Engaging engineers to visit a rural Nepalese village and assess their need for a school to be built and provide a comprehensive field report including impact statements and a framework for moving forward.
Providing financial assistance for operation and rehab costs and hospital stays
Our goal is to become a global aid organisation that provides financial backing, mentoring and opportunities to support the development of education, arts and business in impoverished communities, currently focusing on Nepal.
Our values revolve around
Integrity to be trustworthy on behalf of both private and corporate donors and our beneficiaries.
Listening to what is actually required by those in need rather than what we want to do.
Empowering communities, providing the platform/framework/environment/ and resources for success.