Provide clean water to 500 children in Guatemala

 
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Nov 2, 2011

Guatemala: New Projects are Planned!

EWB-JAX
EWB-JAX

Hello, EWB-JAX supporters!

Thank you so much for your recent donations.  As always, we genuinely appreciate your generosity in supporting our projects in Guatemala!  Hundreds of lives have been affected by your donations, and we are writing to let you know that our effort is continuing!

New projects are being planned in the Nebaj region of Guatemala.  We are in the process of finalizing a commitment to the communities that will be receiving your help!  All of our projects require a 10% financial ccmmitment from the participating community to ensure that the community wishes to receive enhancements to their water supply.

You support allows our team in Jacksonville, Florida to purchase materials and local labor.  100% of your donations are spent on project costs, not adminstrative fees.  Without your project funding we could not continue.  We thank you for your support!  We will return with an update in three months, including details on the new projects!

Sincerely,

EWB-JAX
http://www.ewb-usa-jacksonville.org/

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Jennifer Klich

EWB-USA JAX President
Jacksonville, FL United States

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