The Renew Foundation is a family-run orphanage in Kathmandu; it is home to a large number of children that belong to the “untouchable cast” in Nepal. Unfortunately, as a result, this has put the home and the children at an even larger disadvantage due to the prejudices they face daily. The original home that the Renew Foundation was being run out of was significantly damaged by the April 2015 earthquake and had a large crack that went through the foundation of the entire front of the building. While it was not deemed to be a safe place to live, the caregivers and children had no other option. Furthermore, while there were over 20 kids, ranging from as young as four years old to as old as seventeen, there were only two rooms in which the children slept in, between a couple of bunkbeds. Due to the lack of space and condition of the building, they had very poor living conditions overall. Mannkind has now brought forward in allowing the children to move into a new safer building, where the organization looks after costs associated with rent, education, medical need, and more. The conditions of the young children have dramatically improved, by the support of providing clean clothing material, along with medical care, and educational expenses all looked after so the kids can purse schooling.