Thank you from Fiarenana in Madagascar
We got these great photos with the Christmas trees in our schools in Fiarenana. We have so many beautiful pictures, it is hard to choose just six. We let them speak for themselves.
Since 2006 Santa has been visiting our schools in rural Madagascar. This year he brought gifts with him of cookies, sweets, bread and clothes. About half of the lucky ones also got a doll or a toy car. And yes, Santa is impressive. He is probably the tallest Malagasy the children might ever see in their lives.
If you are in a position to decide about your end-of-the-year donation, we hope you will think of our villages in Madagascar and Zahana. Thank you!
GlobalGiving offers options with just a few clicks:
And to sweeten the pie, if you set up a recurring donation to Zahana, the amount of your December donation will be doubled by GlobalGiving (up to $200), making your gift twice as big.
GlobalGiving has an end-of-the-year campaign for 2014. To get one of the cash prizes, Zahana needs to raise at least $1,000 from 30 different donors. So if you would like to support e.g. our reforestation efforts you can do this with a few clicks and help us get closer to our additional monies goal.
Looking for a gift in honor of somebody? Why not consider a gift in her or his name (with an e-card or physical card sent to the lucky recipient by GlobalGiving)
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Christmas tree in Fiarenana school
Angels in a school play
Santa bearing gifts for the children
Santa and Jean our gardener in the school
Santa with his gifts