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On Friday, April 18, 2014, sixteen (16) Sherpas lost their lives in the single most tragic day in Everest history. The Sherpas were struck by an avalanche while securing fixed lines through the Khumbu Icefall, located between Everest Base Camp and Everest Camp One, in attempt to secure a safe passage for the teams of climbers from around the world that would follow. Alpine Ascents International and The American Alpine Club have established foundations working in part to benefit the families of the Sherpas who tragically lost their lives on April 18. Please join me in supporting the work of these foundations to support Sherpa families in their time of loss.
The W.H.O. has declared COVID-19 a pandemic and public health emergency of international concern. Bright Funds has established The 2020 Coronavirus Response and Recovery Fund, comprised of pre-vetted nonprofits based in the United States providing emergency response around the world and in the US. Through a single donation to the Fund, you can support multiple organizations' initiatives to provide short-term and long-term response and recovery. Given the ever-changing nature of this pandemic and widespread impact, the composition of the nonprofits in this Fund will evolve. Generally this fund will support healthcare, medical needs, vulnerable populations, nutrition/food support at both the local and international level.
The Environment Fund is designed to bring capital to areas that matter most, from protecting our forests and wildlife, to educating the public and policymakers on critical issues affecting our world.