Our weaving loom which the elderly can use
On 30th April the children and the local teachers took part in the second Phoenix Seven Continents Charity Challenge to raise funds for local sustainable income plans which will not only provide income for local families to be able to help with their children’s further education costs, including college and university, though also to help sustainably cover our schools’ costs including local teachers salaries, daily food and fruit, school materials etc. This month, to get our Global Giving friends involved in the Seven Continent Charity Challenge, we would like to put all donations to this page towards sustainable income plans. A warm thanks in advance.
Sustainable plans aren't new to many of our elderly generation who have received food, fruit trees, egg-laying chickens, cows, seeds and medicinal plants over the past years. This year, many are enjoying avocados which were planted a few years ago which allow them to sell the in the market to be able to buy medicines and other food, as well of course, eating them. As this year progresses, we plan to add more fruit trees.
Many thanks and have a great May!
Plan Moo helps the elderly with milk
Plan Pollo helps the elderly with daily eggs