Project #1757

Feed 200 Neglected Elderly in Guatemala

by Fly The Phoenix
Feb 5, 2014

Guatemalan elderly to receive medicinal plants in 2014

The nursery where we will be growing the plants
The nursery where we will be growing the plants

As we swiftly move into February all our projects are now back up and running after the holidays and we can eagerly look ahead to providing yet more education, employment and daily food and fruit to almost 1000 children across Latin America as well as making sure we can do our best for the elderly member of the community.

During 2014 we aim to grow many medicinal plants in our nursery to be able to give to the elderly relatives of the children in our schools, so they have a sustainable access to simple remedies for the coming years. We also hope to continue our provision of basic products.

It is thanks and testimony of your support during these past years, and years to come, that we can continue the projects, getting better each year and providing an education for these communities that had little chance or opportunity.

In 2014, we will be holding three charity challenges in Guatemala as well, so if you fancy heading down, seeing the projects and raising funds by challenging yourself, please see our website on

Thank you for your continued support during 2014!




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Organization Information

Fly The Phoenix

Location: Clare, Suffolk - United Kingdom
Project Leader:
Dom Williams
Antigua, Sacatepequez Guatemala