The Village Care Project has been invited to present "Into Africa" at First United Methodist Church. Showing images from Feb 2019 where Georgia Evans took water filters and malaria nets to 4 African villages in Tanzania.
Fun, family friendly, educational, you are sure to enjoy it! African photos by Georgia will be available for purchase and all proceeds go to the https://villagecareproject.com/ and Into Africa. Hope to see you!
First United Methodist Church, 1005 Stover St, in Fort Collins, CO, Oct 11th, 12-1 pm.
$5 for lunch at the door. Free presentation & open to the public. Donations appreciated. Please register here so we know how many are coming https://www.eventbrite.com/e/into-africa-with-georgia-evans…
To donate to this INTO AFRICA project please go to https://www.gofundme.com/f/into-africa-2020
The Village Care Project and Into Africa was invited to have a booth at the amazing "Water Lantern Festival Event" at Boyd Lake that supports clean water.
For tickets go to https://www.waterlanternfestival.com/fortcollins.php
Here is a link to the event for Fort Collins Loveland area https://www.waterlanternfestival.com/fortcollins.php
It is being held at Boyd Lake State Park on Sept 21st 4 pm to 9:30 pm.
Boyd Lake State Park
3720 N Co Rd 11C
Loveland, CO 80538
Each adult ticket comes with the following:
- Floating lantern - rice/wood and eco friendly
- Commemorative drawstring bag
- Lantern retrieval and water clean up
The price covers the cost of collecting and removing the lanterns from the water following the event as well as cleaning up any trash that may have been previously been in or around the water.
Early Bird price valid until 8/28/19 at 11:59 PM.
Early bird $25 Price Until 8/28/19
Regular $30 Price Until 8/30/19
Late $35 Price Until 9/20/19
Day of $40 Event Day 9/21/19
Youth & Kid pricing available, visit the 'Get Tickets' page for details.
Processing fee and taxes not included.
Georgia Evans was invited to make a short presentation introducing the Village Care Project at this event this Sat. Sept 21st. Thanks to all those who have RSVP'd for our 5th Anniversary celebration on September 21. Still need to register? RSVP today to join us for a great evening of performances and the launch of the GLBL MRKT at Grace Place Church!
RSVP here at https://globaljusticeonline.org/globalevents
Village Care Project
Helping indigenous villagers with Clean Water, Mosquito Bed Nets and other ways to improve their health and socioeconomic status internationally..... we deliver to one village at a time ...currently working in Tanzania, Africa
PO Box 866
Loveland, CO 80539
Public Non-Profit 501(c)(3)
970-663-7492 (also Westwind Graphics office)
CONTACT ABOUT TESTIMONIALS SPONSORS BLOG ABOUT WATER FILTERS HOLD A FUNDRAISER
We are a registered 501(c)(3) International public non-profit and your donation is tax deductible.
Public charity status is a 170(b)(1)(A)(vi)
Our Staff is entirely volunteer, including the president and Board members.
We attempt to be nonpolitical, non-discriminatory and not biased for or against any group or type of person based on gender, religion, race, age, creed, color, politics, sexuality or orientation or ethnicity. Our project however may have some restrictions based on the limitations and capabilities of our local vendors in the country we are serving.
VCP seekS to fight poverty by "helping villagers help themselves" to a better quality of living and improved health while preserving their unique culture.
African Photos courtesy Georgia Evans, Jackson MShana, ALEX PUWALE, LUMINAID, WAter4life, lifestraw, and will go to benefit VCP.
Village Care Project
619 E 42nd St., Loveland, CO, USA
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