‘My heart was broken,’ Himalayan owner says

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‘My heart was broken,’ Himalayan owner says

Nepal native Karma Bhotia is witnessing Kathmandu carnage firsthand
Karma Bhotia, owner of the Himalayan Kitchen, is in Kathmandu but is scheduled to return to Durango on Thursday. “Thank God all our friends and family are safe,” he said.
To help

Those wanting to help people in Nepal can do so through a variety of nonprofit organizations, including the Durango-based Karma and Jyamu Bhotia Foundation. The local foundation, set up to help the village of Chyamtang in northeastern Nepal, will be able to funnel the money to worthwhile earthquake-related causes, Karma and Jyamu Bhotia said.
Karma and Jyamu Bhotia Foundation: http://bhotiafoundation.org/.
Other national and international disaster-relief charities that are taking monetary donations:
Save the Children: http://bit.ly/1FnSxAJ.
Red Cross: http://rdcrss.org/1z2PY5L.
The organization Charity Navigator has vetted nonprofits to determine those that are worthwhile.
Its list: http://bit.ly/1dq0hHH.

‘My heart was broken,’ Himalayan owner says

Karma Bhotia, owner of the Himalayan Kitchen, is in Kathmandu but is scheduled to return to Durango on Thursday. “Thank God all our friends and family are safe,” he said.
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