CHHASE sincerely thank you on behalf of Provide embroidery training to 60 poor women-India program for your generous donations to CHHASE.
In this thanks giving letter we would like to share some of the most important events with you about the program you have supported. your support has enabled us to provide embroidery training to 30 poor women to start embroidery business. Now we have selected 30 more women for embroidery training and will start from 17th April,2014.
“Instead of giving a fish, give a fish net.” You support to the skills training will help them lifelong.
Please consider telling your friends and family about our project - Provide 60 youth sewing training for survival (#16656) which is going to help the remote rural poor youth in sewing training who are unable to continue their education. your donation to this project will be matched 50% on 17th April. If you make a recurring donationon 17th, it will be matched 150%. Kindly consider our request- share the link on your blogs or social networks, use the tell-a-friend feature on the project page to email your network, or just bring us up in conversation. You know your friends and family tell them why you chose our project and what it means to you.
Many thanks again for your support! We will continue to keep you updated about our work and events of the following months.
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