Harilo is proud to ship books for the International Book Project to Nepal -- we offer our service at cost for nonprofit organizations. More details on "Harilo for Nepal", our public-private partner initiative for non-profit organizations including NGOs, charities and foundations is here.
"Since 1966, the International Book Project has sent more than 5.8 million books abroad. The International Book Project is an international nonprofit whose mission is to promote education and literacy while broadening Americans' understanding of their neighbors by sending quality used books overseas. Each year IBP sends more than 150,000 books to schools, libraries, churches, nonprofits, and Peace Corps volunteers in over 40 developing countries."
We're happy to announce the launch of "Harilo for Nepal", a new public-private partnership initiative aimed at improving quality of life in Nepal - one item at a time.
Harilo.com began from the idea that living in Nepal should not mean that we get less than the rest of the world – less selection, less quality, less service. We believe this idea extends beyond our customers; it applies to all of Nepal. Residents of Nepal deserve a better quality of life. Be it in areas of health, education or infrastructure, we deserve better solutions.
Through "Harilo for Nepal", a new public-private partner initiative, Harilo partners with non-profit organizations including NGOs, charities and foundations in Nepal to help them purchase items from the US that are critical to their work but are either not available or too expensive in the local market. Harilo offers the same order and delivery service to non-profits as it does to its customers. We will order the items requested and take care of all customs, shipping and VAT logistics. But we will do it at cost, meaning $0 profit.
If your organization is interested in participating in Harilo’s public-private partnership initiative, send us an email at email@example.com. We’d love to hear from you.
Yesterday Nepal Ambulance Service (NAS) stopped by to pick up critical equipment for their ambulances. NAS ordered these items from Harilo since they weren't available in the local market. Harilo offers its service at cost for nonprofit organizations. Looking forward to more ambulances on the road soon!