My name is Georgia and I have a project that your club,
troop or group might be interested in.
I will be going to Tanzania, Africa in 2 months with 3 volunteers and we are taking community size water filters, bucket water filter kits and mosquito nets to 4 remote villages.
All of the following fundraising ideas are being accomplished every week by 8 year olds with moms and dads, teenagers getting together, boy scout troops, girls scout troops, eagle scouts, Rotary, sports teams, schools, churches and groups of women and/or men and all to reach out to make a difference in the world in a cause they believe in. Your decision to join us and organize one of these fundraisers will save precious children/lives in the world by providing them clean, safe drinking water....
Be Bold...Be Creative....YOU ARE THEIR VOICE!!
Medium size fundraisers:
( get your church, school, troop, sports team or club involved )
Your members will love making lifesaving differences in the lives of others.
We have a free 45 min presentation that we can share with your group of my last 2 trips to Africa. Very fun, educational and eye opening family friendly with a former teacher, Georgia Evans.
You can learn more about us at https://villagecareproject.com
Was written up in the Loveland Reporter Herald paper at http://www.reporterherald.com/lifestyles/neighbors/ci_31822526/loveland-photographer-works-bring-clean-water-african-villagesLet me know.
Thank you kindly! We cannot do it alone!
We are a registered 501(c)(3) International public non-profit and your donation is tax deductible.
International 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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