I just got back from a trip to Nicaragua and wanted to share with you this photo of our awesome cistern. The cistern is located at the core of our building and will collect rainwater that we'll use to help support our water needs in the clinic.
We're working hard to move the project forward. Fund-raising is always the toughest part, so help us spread the word. Thanks again for your support – and feel free to contact me any time with your questions!
Just a brief update to let you know we continue to move forward. Construction continues, and the walls are going up. If all goes according to plan we're still on track to complete construction by November of this year. However, we still need about $30K more to get us to the finish line. Spread the word and keep us in mind!
For a more complete update of our status, clink on the link to our May newsletter.
Keep in mind that you can often double your donations by getting your company to match yours. Many employees don't realize that their companies have this process in place, and these matching funds can have a huge impact on our work! Check with your company or place of work to see if they offer this option! And contact me at any time if you have ideas of your own.
CV Superintendent Miguel Zapata (far left) and team members.
Hi, Global Giving Supporters!
Good news. Construction has begun on our land site in Nicaragua. We've hired an excellent project superintendent and feel confident with our Nica team. At this point, we expect a 10-month construction schedule, which takes us to late fall of 2010. Thanks for your continued support and interest. I can't tell you how important you are to us!
We still need to raise about $60,000 to complete basic construction, so spread the word! And please feel free to contact me at any time if you have questions about our work.