To our wonderful donors,
Thank you so much for your kindness and generosity in support of University of Florida Nourish International’s project Sustainable Agriculture in Swazliand.
Full transparency and addressing the needs of the community are two of Nourish's highest priorities when it comes to sustainable and responsible development. With this in mind, we are openly sharing with you that this collaboration is no longer in effect. New Life Homes decided that this project does not align productively with their goals as an organization, and New Life Homes and Nourish International came to a mutual decision that Nourish International's financial and human resources would be better spent with a different community.
The funds raised for this project will be going to support the University of Texas's project, Fruit Tree Cultivation in Cameroon. This project aims to provide nourishing meals and a source of income for a community of Cameroonian women. Students will be working with the community to plant fruit trees and teach the local women how to care for their orchard and how to run a sustainable business using the surpluses in fruit. If you would rather that your donation be applied towards another Nourish International or GlobalGiving project, please let us know by May 15th. If you are interested in further discussing our decision or our policy of putting the needs of the community first, you may contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for helping us engage students, empower communities, and eradicate poverty.
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