Supporter Gathering

Sources and streams of community transformation in Nepal

Saturday 17 June
12 – 3pm
St Pauls Anglican Church, 1 View St, Chatswood
$10 contribution towards lunch, which will consist of traditional dal bhat and chiya tea.
Please join us for lunch, learning and prayer

Easy parking on site

10 minutes walk from Chatswood Train Station

Nayan Shrestha (Program Manager – WACT)
Drawing on her extensive experience as a Christian woman leading community development and social change, Nayan will share about WACT’s work with marginalised groups in south-western Nepal.
Cath Taylor (Communications Manager – INFA)
Having previously worked with UnitingWorld, Cath has deep experience working with church and Christian organisations serving the poor across the Pacific and Asia and will share some Biblical inspiration for INFA’s work with women in poor communities in Nepal.
The event will also be streamed online, so please do join us even if you aren’t able to attend in person. 


Where to find us!

St Pauls Anglican Church, 1 View St, Chatswood

12-3pm Saturday June 17

RSVP by June 10

[email protected]

Learn more about our partner


Join us November 22 - December 8/10 2023

You’ll meet some of International Nepal Fellowship Australia’s partners in Western Nepal, see our projects in action and meet project participants, or complete a trek of the Annapurna Circuit to raise funds for INFA’s work. 

What does it cost?

Community Development Projects visit: $3200 (17 days)

Fundraising Trek, Annapurna Circuit $3600 (19 days)


·      Flights
·      Accommodation
·      Visas
·      Car hire
·      Entry to Cultural sites
·      Guides for Trek (if relevant)
·      Food

Trip Gallery November 2022



Your chance to be part of life giving change

Walk for Nepal raises funds for critical projects in Nepal that change lives.

You can walk individually or with a group, at any time.

Choose the distance you'd like to walk, register on our site and ask your friends and family to support you. It's that easy!

You'll be helping provide health, clean water and education opportunities in one of West Nepal's most disadvantaged regions. 

The walk commemorates the 140km journey of the first medial pioneers from the border of Nepal to Pokhara, where a clinic was set up that became Shining Hospital. The facility was Western Nepal's first hospital and from these beginnings, International Nepal Fellowship was born.

Find out more