Sep 17, 2019

Re: Thank You For Your Support

September 16, 2019

Dear Partner,

Thank you for your support and commitment to ensure that Restoration Project Resource center continues its good work in our community. We cannot serve our community and population without your continued support.

Our SAFE (Survivor Awareness & First Encounter) Program has been educating our community and providing the needed tools to support survivors and protect at risk/vulnerable girls. The Safe program has trained 33 community members so far and we hope to train many more. We are preparing to hold another SAFE event in October 2019. We are leading impact in the bid to prevent trafficking within our community. This program would not have been available to community without your support.

So far, our skills development program has produced 20 graduates of our classes. Our 3rd Financial literacy class will start October 8th, 2019 - 8 people have registered for this class. Our 1st Computer Introduction and 3rd Microsoft class starts September 23rd, 2019 with 10 participants. These classes are held in our Resource Center under our Skills Development program. At the end of each class, we will have an assessment for participants to determine the next level. These include business coaching with possible connection to microfinance company for small business loans; connection with small businesses for internships and possible employment; and assistance with filling out forms or referral to other services.

We want to be able to give participants of our skills development program opportunities to utilize the skills and tools they receive from these classes to improve their economic situation.

THANK YOU for helping us keep our resource center open. Please continue to support our project so we can sustain our programs. Remember, your donation helps us provide an array of services on one platform; it also helps us to raise awareness. It will be sad if our community is not well-prepared to support survivors and help them re-integrate into communal life. Lack of funding can stifle progression and impact. More community members are gaining knowledge and receiving tools on how to help survivors. There is power in numbers! Why not be a part of this good work by donating today!

Please help us achieve the goal of bringing our women to an unimpaired state and provide tools for leadership roles in the fight against human trafficking.

Invite your family, friends and colleagues to support our Project at https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/restoration-project-resource-center/

Like us on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/restorationpi/

Twitter at: https://twitter.com/restorproject

THANK YOU that we can count on you. Please feel free to contact me at eookupa@restorationpi.org.

Sincerely,

Edith Okupa

Executive Director

Jun 18, 2019

Thank You for Your Support

June 17, 2019

Dear Partner,

Thank you for your support and commitment to ensure that Restoration Project Resource center continues its good work in our community. We cannot serve our community and population without your continued support.

Our SAFE (Survivor Awareness & First Encounter) Program which was launched in March of 2019 has been educating our community and providing the needed tools to support survivors, and protect at-risk/vulnerable girls. We are leading impact in the bid to preventing trafficking within our community. So far, we have provided training to 33 community members through our awareness training. This program will not be made available to the community without your support.

Our 2nd financial literacy class ended in May with 4 women graduating from this program. Our 2nd Microsoft class is ongoing, it will end in July. Currently, 8 women are taking this class. These classes are held in our Resource Center under our Skills Development program. At the end of each class, we will be having a coaching/assessment for participants to determine the next level. We would be needing sponsorship for these coaches.

We want to be able to give participants of our skills development program opportunities to utilize the skills and tools they receive from these classes to improve their economic situation.

THANK YOU for helping us keep our resource center open. Please continue to support our project so we can sustain our programs. Remember, your donation helps us provide an array of services on one platform; it also helps us to raise awareness. We hate to see our community ill-prepared to support survivors and help them re-integrate into communal life. Lack of funding can stifle any progress we are making. More and more community members are gaining knowledge and receiving tools on how to help survivors; this can be stifled by a lack of funding. Like we always say, “there is power in numbers”! Be part of this good work, DONATE!!

Please help us achieve the goal of bringing our women to an unimpaired state and provide tools for leadership roles in the fight against human trafficking.

Invite your family, friends, and colleagues to support our Project at https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/restoration-project-resource-center/

Like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/restorationpi/

Twitter at https://twitter.com/restorproject

THANK YOU that we can count on you. Feel free to contact me at eookupa@restorationpi.org.

 

Edith Okupa

Executive Director

Mar 21, 2019

Your Support Counts

SAFE Program-Outreach to Community
SAFE Program-Outreach to Community

March 19, 2019

Dear Partner,

We are ever grateful for all your support and commitment to making sure that Restoration Project Resource center continues to keep up the good work in our community. Thank you for helping us serve our community and survivors by providing them education tools and socio-economic empowerment.

A couple of weeks ago, we launched our SAFE (Survivor Awareness & First Encounter) Program to: provide tools for protection of at risk/vulnerable girls, and lead impact in prevention of trafficking through monthly awareness clinics/training (see attached picture). Please help us sustain this program.

We are coming close to the end of our 2nd financial literacy class. So far 4 women are being empowered with tools to manage their finances through this class. Our Microsoft class was put on hold because the inclement weather didn’t permit its participants to attend classes. We hope to start in April, 2019 as the weather is expected to have improved. We are also working on plans to add Data Entry training/internships to our Skills Development program.

With your continued support, we will continue to provide avenues for victims and survivors of human trafficking and domestic violence to heal, and become productive members of society. Here’s what two of the participants of our program said:

“I want to thank who make this program possible. I hope this program continue”. “…I learned how to improve my credit score and what to do if I want to register my business”. We are still working on helping these two get life coach training on how to start their own small business to make them economically self-sufficient.

With your help, we have raised $1,350, a progress from our last report, THANK YOU! Please continue to support our project so we can sustain our programs. Remember, your donation help us provide an array of services on one platform; it also helps us to raise awareness. Insufficient funds may negatively impact survivors, which is what we hate to see. If we stop providing any service for lack of funding, we increase survivors’ fear and mistrust for society and systems. There is power in numbers! Be part of this good work, DONATE!!

Please help us achieve the goal of bringing our women to an unimpaired state and provide tools for leadership roles in the fight against human trafficking.

Invite your family, friends and colleagues to support our Project at: https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/restoration-project-resource-center/

Like us on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/restorationpi/

Twitter at: https://twitter.com/restorproject

THANK YOU that we can count on you. Feel free to contact me at eookupa@restorationpi.org.

 

Edith Okupa

Executive Director

 
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