How You Can Help Nepal

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In the summer of 2014, Travel Channel followed the Kirkby family's Big Crazy Family Adventure, an epic journey from Kimberley, British Columbia, to Ladakh, India. The trip took them 13,000 miles in 3 months without an airplane. During their travels, they visited Nepal for 3 days.

Read Bruce Kirkby's thoughts on Nepal, as well as executive producer Wes Dening's.

On April 25, 2015, a 7.8-magnitude earthquake nearly destroyed the capital city of Kathmandu, which is famous for its iconic buildings and for being the last stop before hikers make their way to the Mount Everest Base Camp.

We’re pleased to report that the guides and fixers that helped the family and production crew during the filming of the show are OK.

The country still needs your help. If you would like to donate to help the children of Nepal and the country’s recovery efforts, you can get more information by visiting SavetheChildren.org or RedCross.org.

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