My wife’s cousin Holly lives in Nepal, which, as you probably know by now, just suffered an utterly devastating earthquake. Thankfully, Holly is okay — and she’s trying to help. She writes on Facebook:

I have gotten lots of messages from people asking how they can help. With the mail situation being an unknown right now care packages really aren’t the best option. If you are able, please donate to the Cloud Factory Relief Fund. It is strictly grassroots, and we will first be helping the 200 employees, 3000 cloud workers and their families.

When I say any amount will help, I mean it. For $10 we can buy a 25kg bag of rice that will feed an entire family for about a month and for $15 we can buy 7000 liters of water.

While food and water are the main immediate concern, there will be a lot of rebuilding that will have to happen in the following months and we would love to have the resources to be able to help our families. The more we raise the more impact we can have.

Thank you for all of your prayers! I can not express how grateful I am for each and every prayer, as they are the only thing that has kept our family safe during this time and have put us in a position to be salt and light to a lot of scared and hurting people.

If you want to help but aren’t sure how, here’s a small way for you to think about.

Here’s the Cloud Factory Relief Fund GoFundMe page.

Thanks everyone.

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