BERTHOUD WEEKLY SURVEYOR article
"Wildlife photographer runs humanitarian project in Africa"
July 20, 2023 by Brendan Henry
Article was for their subscription only
Voyage Colorado / Shoutout Colorado
Interview by Nick Ramirez, editorial staff at Voyage Colorado / Shoutout Colorado. This article was published. Many thanks Nick!
"INTO AFRICA" Clean Water Filters for African Villagers Project ....I am going back January 2020!
REPORTER HERALD so excited this project was featured in the news......can see it here
The INTO AFRICA Clean Water Project story and photos was accepted on National Geographic facebook page...it is the "Photo of the day"
In 2018 Colorado Women of Influence Foundation
awarded the Village Care Project founder, Georgia Evans, with the
2018 COLORADO WOMAN of INSPIRATION award
2018 COLORADO WOMAN OF INFLUENCE award
for her water filters / malaria nets projects in Tanzania, Africa.
April 2022 trip is finalized, however due to pandemic concerns on this trip, sadly, we will not be accepting volunteers on this April trip. We hope to take volunteers on our next project later in 2022 or early 2023.
We generally visit 5-7 villages to help them obtain clean, safe drinking water and mosquito nets to prevent malaria. If you want to come make a difference in the lives of African villagers let us know and we will send out info as soon as our next project is figured out. We will be accepting applications for up to 3-7 people. No experience necessary, Georgia will show you everything you need to know to help at the villages. We will have translators with us as well.
This fundraiser is still growing WooHoo! $925 now and climbing....Many thanks for off line donations from Larry Melton, MaryAnne Heyman & Denny Hoover.
Plus online donations at http://ffnd.co/53Z985 from LeAnn Thieman, Karen Brady, Ariel Steele, Zach Miller, Deborah Baker, Deb Hayward, TC Rudolph, Peder Bolstad, Julie Hopkins, Joseph Winsett, Sharon Jacobs and and 2 anonymous donors for your generous donations to the Village Care Project!
Because of all of you we will be able to buy, deliver & educate about water filters that give villagers clean, safe drinking water free of deadly waterborne illnesses!
Plus we will deliver mosquito bed nets to prevent malaria! Every dollar counts and on behalf of the indigenous villagers in Tanzania, Africa, we thank you and appreciate your generosity. VillageCareProject.com is a registered International Public 501(c)3 and all donations are tax deductible. You can get more info and donate here
We are an international, public non-profit 501(c)(3) with non-profit status so we can give all donors and sponsors tax write off receipts for donations and sponsorship.
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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