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Village Earth

Org #9388
Vetted since 2011 Effective Nonprofit Site Visit Verified
1995
year founded
$138,703
raised on GlobalGiving
7
years fundraising
11
projects funded

Mission

Village Earth helps reconnect communities to the resources that promote human well-being by enhancing social and political empowerment, community self-reliance and self-determination. We do this by strengthening intermediate and grassroots organizations through fiscal sponsorship, networking, training, research and advocacy.

Projects (17)

Lakota Lands Recovery Project
United States / Human Rights
Train Cambodian Women in Sewing
Cambodia / Women and Girls
Develop the Future Leaders of Cambodia
Cambodia / Children
 
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Project Leaders
David Bartecchi
David Bartecchi
Sally Hetherington
Sally Hetherington
Team
David Bartecchi
Organization Information
P.O. Box 797
Fort Collins, Colorado 80522
United States
970-237-3002

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 5748769291
Organization Information
P.O. Box 797
Fort Collins, Colorado 80522
United States
970-237-3002

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 5748769291

Project Reports

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Feb 11, 2019
How a man stopped domestic violence
San is the husband of our graduate sewing student, Chenda and the father of three children, who is one of the poor households in our community. His main job is collecting the recyclable materials for...
Feb 1, 2019
A nice story of Savin, sewing graduate student
Savin is the mother of five sons. She had to stop studying in grade five to take care her ill mother. She just grows vegetables and does housework. The main income was relied on her husband’s...
Jan 25, 2019
A nice story of Sokha
Sokha is the daughter of our seamstress. She was brought to learn at HHA when her mother joined our sewing program. Sokha was a shy and silent girl. She didn’t like talking and playing with...
 
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