Fly The Phoenix

Fly the Phoenix believes that education, as well as daily food, are basic human rights. In order to combat the imbalances of these rights, we are creating sustainable, 25-year cycle, educational community programs. These are funded by our local income-initiatives, challenges and international donations through our registered charity, Fly The Phoenix.
Jan 16, 2013

The elderly await very exciting prospects in 2013

Vital regular nourishment
Vital regular nourishment

2013 is upon us, quicker I think than we all imagined, and not soon enough for the elderly generation of our kids in the school, as we resume our Old People's Program, regularly handing out basic foodstuffs to allow them to receive the basics to survive and provide vital education to their grandchildren that the elderly generation must not be forgotten.

This year, your very kind donations will be going towards packs of food, vital for the nutrition of the elderly. These packs, as ever, will include cooking oil, pastas, rice, sugar, salt, soups and medicinal plants. To cover each distibution costs around $3,000 so that over 200 elderly poeple receive what is required, hence your donations are of paramount importance.

We will also be investing in agricultural self-sustainable initiatives, the proceeds of which will benefit the the program with income to invest into the plan, as well as some of the products. Finally, we will also be running various charity challenges in Guatemala, so if you want to come down, see where your money is going, lend a hand and get involved in a charity challenge, please do email us on sarah@thephoenixprojects.org and have a look at the website on www.thephoenixprojects.org

Many thanks for making 2013 a special year, in the past, present and indeed future!

cheers

The recipients are ready!
The recipients are ready!

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Jan 16, 2013

What does 2013 bring us in Guatemala

Charity challenge in Guatemala
Charity challenge in Guatemala

2013 is upon us, quicker I think than we all imagined, although not quick enough for the kids, eager for the new term to start on Monday. Itzapa moves into its second year as a legalised official school and Santa María paperwork is in for 2014, as well as secondary school in Itzapa. Our exam results from 2012 were incredible, with many children earning in the high nineties across the board of language, math, sciences and sport.

This year, your very kind donations will be going towards the salaries of our 12 local teachers. They will also go towards all the necessary utensils, materials and running costs of our schools, including fresh water to drink. We will also be investing in Plan Arveja China (green beans) and Plan Moo (milking cows), which moves towards our sustainability model, by investing in income-generating sustainable plans, including agriculture and livestock, which in the future, will bring in income for the schools.

Finally, we will also be running various charity challenges in Guatemala, so if you want to come down, see where your money is going, lend a hand and get involved in a charity challenge, please do email us on sarah@thephoenixprojects.org and have a look at the website on www.thephoenixprojects.org

Many thanks for making 2013 a special year, in the past, present and indeed future!

cheers

Local teachers
Local teachers
Sustainable Plans
Sustainable Plans

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Jan 15, 2013

What does 2013 bring us in Guatemala

Local teachers
Local teachers

2013 is upon us, quicker I think than we all imagined, although not quick enough for the kids, eager for the new term to start on Monday. Itzapa moves into its second year as a legalised official school and Santa María paperwork is in for 2014, as well as secondary school in Itzapa. Our exam results from 2012 were incredible, with many children earning in the high nineties across the board of language, math, sciences and sport.

This year, your very kind donations will be going towards the salaries of our 12 local teachers. They will also go towards all the necessary utensils, materials and running costs of our schools, including fresh water to drink. We will also be investing in Plan Arveja China (green beans) and Plan Moo (milking cows), which moves towards our sustainability model, by investing in income-generating sustainable plans, including agriculture and livestock, which in the future, will bring in income for the schools.

Finally, we will also be running various charity challenges in Guatemala, so if you want to come down, see where your money is going, lend a hand and get involved in a charity challenge, please do email us on sarah@thephoenixprojects.org and have a look at the website on www.thephoenixprojects.org

Many thanks for making 2013 a special year, in the past, present and indeed future!

cheers

Sustainable Plans
Sustainable Plans

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