Education & nutrition for 60 children in Peru

 
$31,005
$18,995
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Dec 16, 2013

Ensuring progress in 2014 - Happy Holidays

Celebrations
Celebrations

As 2013 comes to a close we can reflect to a terrific year in our projects in Perú. Thanks to your donations through the year we have kept our locally paid teacher in place, teaching three grades of children. The school term is coming to an end this month until February 2014 though we will continue with holiday classes, providing food and fruit and education to prepare the children for the scholastic year ahead! We will finish the year with a great Christmas Party and maybe Santa will make an appearance!

On a serious note, during this festive season we have to look ahead to 2014 and beyond; get donations in the bank to ensure our programs progress and improve over the coming months; ensure our children have daily food and fruit; ensure we can pay our local teachers who do such a terrific job; make sure that the children have materials to study hard!

May I take this opportunity to thank you for previous donations and thank you in advance for donations to come. As we all share gifts this season, please share our message with friends and family and let’s all ensure a prosperous 2014 in The Phoenix Projects and their communities.

Happy holidays!

Classes
Classes
Ediluz at work
Ediluz at work

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Nov 13, 2013

Thank you

Thank you
Thank you

 

Two little words that can never be said enough!
Hi there
Hope you are well. As the year draws to an end we wanted to send you a quick update of our main successes from the past ten months, to take a moment to reflect upon exactly what your support has achieved.
This year, across all of our projects, we accepted more students into the schools and are currently supporting over 1,000 children, handing out over 250,000 pieces of fruit, 35,000 pieces of bread and over 100,000 hot meals to keep them warm, full up and nourished!
We have kept over 50 locals in work with 30 of them teaching the children over 28,000 teaching hours in classrooms that have been built and refurbished. On top of that, 30 of our old students have graduated and are now new teachers, ready to educate the world!
Our vital sustainable plans are going really well; Plan Café in Honduras will have its first crop later this year, Plan Moo continues to support secondary school students in Ecuador and new plans, Plan Arveja in Santa Maria and Plan Papa in Ecuador, have started this year!
We have also had some wonderful volunteers building stoves, teaching, painting and helping out throughout the year. And of course YOU, supporting every one of these children get the start in life they deserve. Thank you.
Not bad huh? We will be in touch next week with some exciting Christmas news, but for now pat yourselves on the back and congratulate yourselves for the support you have given us over the last ten months and remember how important your continuing support is for these wonderful children.
Thank you

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Sep 10, 2013

Great grades for this semester

Studying hard!!!
Studying hard!!!

Hi there

Our project in has had some interesting activity over the last few weeks! 

Firstly, thanks to your continued support of the school, the children have studied for and taken some mid-year exams and the results have shown good promise. They showed particular strength in Maths and Lanaguages, maybe we have the next Issac Newton in our school!!

After such good results the students deserved a celebration and so we were able to use some of the wonderful donations we have recieved to celebrate Fiestas de la Patria and Day of Acheivement. For Fiestas de la Patria, the children prepared and carried out processions all around the community! For Day of the Achievement, the children got to show off all their hard work and achievements so far in this year. This is an incredibly important way to build their confidence by showing them how much they have achieved so far, it was a very proud day for everyone, seeing all the work the children have put in to studying.

Finally, some locals whom had had a few too many broke into our kitchen in the school to get a few hours of kip. Unfortunately, they caused a fire and burnt down the school kitchen, taking away the food programme from the children. Luckily, thanks to donations, we have been able to rebuild a simple structure and bought a new gas tank and the food programmes was restarted with little effect on the children.

As you can see, with your kindness, these children are studying hard and progressing really fast so thank you very much!

Preparing for the processions
Preparing for the processions

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Jun 12, 2013

Update from Peru!

Learning
Learning

Hi there!

We sent you an update on Saturday giving you an update on how the projects are progressing and how well the students are doing.

As I mentioned on Saturday, the students would not be making such progress in school if it wasn’t for your support and dedication to helping fund the projects.

Just in this moment, GlobalGiving started their June Bonus Day and are offering us 50% on all donations that are made today, whilst match funding lasts. If you were planning on making a further donation to the projects, this is the moment to do so!!

All we ask is that you click on the link below and make a donation and GlobalGiving will automatically add on the extra 50%!!

Thank you so much for your continued support.

Sarah

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Jun 8, 2013

Maldonaldo celebrates their anniversary!

Antorchas at night
Antorchas at night

Hi there

This month, Victor Maldonado celebrated its anniversary, with the usual “antorchas” marched around with pride at night! They also celebrated with a day in the school, with theatre, poems, songs and games. Celebrating the anniversary is so important for the children and the community, allowing them to learn and improve their future lives.

Special celebrations and normal school days are all part of a well-rounded education and are vital for these children. Thanks to you and your continued support through donations we can continue to make school great!

Next Wednesday, June 12, from 9am GlobalGiving is matching all donations to us at 50%. This means a donation of $10 would become $15 thanks to GlobalGiving. This is a fabulous opportunity for you to make your donation even BIGGER and have a BIGGER impact. I’ll send you a reminder just as the match funding starts but please, do consider making a donation that will give more than you expected!

Thank you

Sarah

Traditional dancing in Peru
Traditional dancing in Peru

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Dom Williams

Antigua, Sacatepequez Guatemala

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