Tree planting in southeast: community climate action

A fundraiser by Sam Onyemaechi Humanitarian foundation
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In October 10, 2017 I was hospitalized and diagnosed of increased respiratory and cardiovascular disease, injuries and premature deaths related to extreme weather events. A journey I thought will last for a week never guessing it will last for a month and few days. But not for a second did I worry about access to medical help if I needed it. One year later, I can't help but think of others- those with high risk - victim of circumstances due to climate change.

The goal of the tree planting in southeast: community climate action, a project on GlobalGiving is to provide and engage rural communities in planting trees and minimize the use of fossil fuels, and focus on developing alternative sources of energy that are clean and sustainable.

“Your donation can make the difference in the lives of rural communities. Did you know that for just $10 Sam Onyemaechi Humanitarian foundation can plant ten trees to fight climate change. Join me by donating $1 for every hour you (or a loved one) were affected by climate change. Health hazards come in all shapes and sizes, but one thing we have in common is that most of us have access to emergency medical help if we need it during ailments. Let’s make sure other people do, too.”

This fundraiser is benefitting this project:

$48 of $1,000 goal
 
Raised by 1 donor in 9 months
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$48 USD    from Adaugo A.
9 months ago
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