ONE GOLDEN ANGEL is an Independent Memorial Charity to help rescue, support and rehabilitate trafficked, orphaned, and exploited children and women in Nepal.  Its mission is to seek out and deliver aid directly to the most needy and vulnerable at source.  The charity founded and funds the unique Golden Angel Emergency Home and also sponsors the Humanitarian Concern Centre for 20 children in Kathmandu. It supplies essential kitchen equipment to impoverished children’s homes, pays the university fees of some students, skin graft surgery for a four-year-old and the medical expenses of a young earthquake victim and others, as well as performing random acts of kindness when funds permit.  

THE GOLDEN ANGEL EMERGENCY HOME for rescued trafficked, abused and sexually exploited children, the first of its kind in Nepal, opened in December 2016 and provides a safe refuge and hope of a new life for 6 - 10 minors and teens for up to 6 months.  The Emergency Home, now in its third year, has rescued over 45 children to date and is based in a quiet suburb of Kathmandu.  

THE HUMANITARIAN CONCERN CENTRE is an independent family-run home for 20 orphans and destitute children between the ages of 6 and 16, most of whom have spent their entire childhood there.  The accommodation consists of a group of temporary buildings on a small plot of land on the outskirts of Kathmandu.  The children are happy, well cared for and loved, but their home is very basic and in desperate need of improvement and financial support. The One Golden Angel charity began helping the orphanage in 2016 and is now its major sponsor.  Fred Wilkinson was appointed a Director of the home in December 2018.

THE CHARITY was created in Memory of artist and poet Maureen Wilkinson, my wife and soulmate (above) who passed away in October 2015. The charity is run entirely on a voluntary basis by myself, Fred Wilinson.  All running costs including flights, hotel bills and living expenses in Nepal are met from my own pocket, and EVERY PENNY raised is spent directly on funding the Emergency Shelter, the HCC Orphanage or improving the quality of a life and alleviating suffering.  I make four 3-week trips to Nepal annually to administer the charity and personally deliver aid where it is needed.

The charity is largely funded by myself and the generosity of my friends and acquaintances, and is currently too small to benefit from formal registration. Annual commitments are rapidly rising and it's always a struggle to make ends meet.  Funds are at an all-time low so please DonateSponsor, Fundraise or Buy one of Maureen's Prints and make a real difference to a young life. Thank you so much.  Fred Wilkinson (January 2019). 

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Bank Transfers: Charity Account Name: W. F. Wilkinson.   Account Number: 45166226. Sort Code: 52-41-31. IBAN: GB06NWBK52413145166226.  BIC: NWBKGB2L


MAUREEN WILKINSON was an artist and poet. We fell in love aged 16 on our first day at Goldsmiths Art School and were soulmates for more than half a century. She was diagnosed with stage 3 ovarian cancer in September 2012 and after surgery and chemotherapy enjoyed a period of remission. Our last holiday together was to Nepal in March 2015. We loved its people and vibrant culture, but were constantly reminded of the extreme poverty and obscene injustices that many endure. We were particularly moved by the plight of thousands of trafficked, orphaned and exploited children and young women, and hoped to do something about it on our return.  Sadly, Maureen's premature death in October 2015 prevented the realization of a charitable venture during her lifetime. This charity was created in her memory (Photo: The week we met).


Fine Art Prints of Maureen's wonderful paintings and collages are available to buy on this website, with all proceeds going to the One Golden Angel Charity.

 Collages and Paintings by Maureen Wilkinson
Collages (top row): Fruit, The Terraced Garden, Chocolate Cake, 100 Reasons to be Happy
Paintings: A Woman Peeling Apples - The earth Turning, Fox Island, The Clifftop Gardener 


Banner Photo: Three happy, healthy and loved children from a remote mountain village - not all are so fortunate!