Bringing Green to Afghanistan

 
$5,942
$93,958
Raised
Remaining
Mar 1, 2012

A Long, Hard Winter

This has been an especially brutal winter for
Afghanistan with extremely cold temperatures and an abundance of snow. 
We are hopeful that all of last year’s trees, flowers and shrubs will
survive.  The children are anxious to continue their planting
around their schools and villages.  Because of the curriculum
provided last year, “Connecting Children With Nature”, we expect that the
students will have a better knowledge base about plants, soil, root structure,
watering and fertilizing. 

Please keep in mind that Wednesday, March 14, 2012 is Bonus Day
through Global Giving.  Donations up to $1,000.00 will be provided
with a 30% match.  The bonus allotment is $50,000.00 and the period
runs from 12:01 AM EST until the funds are exhausted.  So, if you
would like your donation to go a little further with the help of Global Giving,
give early on March 14th.  Thank you!

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Project Leader

Sakena Yacoobi

Founder & CEO
Dearborn, Michigan Afghanistan

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Map of Bringing Green to Afghanistan