With thousands of schools completely destroyed in the 2015 Nepal earthquake, the education of an entire generation of Nepalese children is in jeopardy. Here at Davenport Campbell we are deeply committed to improving the lives affected by the earthquake and have partnered with the Australian Himalayan Foundation in a program to help rebuild schools. So far we have achieved success with the rebuilding of 10 earthquake-proof classrooms at the Garma Secondary College, a school for children with special needs in the remote Solukhumbu region – one of the worst affected areas of Nepal.   Our next goal is to rebuild the Garma school hall. This is an incredibly important structure as it will initially give the school the space to finally get EVERY child back to school while the remaining classrooms are under construction.   If you believe the children of Nepal deserve the same opportunities as our own kids, please donate here to help us give them a safe place to learn and grow.   (Photos by Conor Ashleigh)