To all of our wonderful Donors,
The project team with students from University of North Carolina is leaving in 4 weeks for Thailand and work with the community to build 50 backyard gardens and a community cultural center to serve displaced Burmese families. If you are interested in following our project this summer as we work in Thailand, you may do so at this link: http://nourishinternational.org/blog/. We will be continually posting blogs about our experiences living and working with the community. Our project page will be taken off of Global Giving at the beginning of June when we make our final donation to the community in Thailand. If you are interested in making a final donation to help the Burmese families your support would be greatly appreciated in the next two weeks.
Thank you for helping us engage students, empower communities, and eradicate poverty.
Thank you so much for your kindness and generosity in support of UNC Nourish International’s project Community Center & Family Garden's in Thailand.
The project team with students from University of North Carolina is gearing up to travel to Thailand. The students have been preparing their travel arrangements, reading up on Thai history and culture, and practicing their building and gardening skills for the work they will be doing in Thailand. Your support for this project is greatly appreciated. Stay tuned for more updates!
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