Help 600 People Escape Floods & Poverty

$433 $4,567
Raised Remaining
Jan 13, 2014

Your Life-Changing Holiday Gifts

Thanks for helping them stay safe in 2014
Thanks for helping them stay safe in 2014

We’d like to extend a warm thank you for your generosity! All together, we’ve raised $3,783 to help Banaba resist and recover from disaster right here on GlobalGiving.

Because of your generosity, we’ll be able to improve the evacuation centre so that Ryan and David will have a safe place to weather storms. 

Beyond simply giving them shelter, your gift will help the boys’ parents access livelihoods and poverty reduction programmes. It will be a long process, but these projects represent the opportunity for the family to escape poverty and move to safer housing.

You’ve started dozens of families on the road to self-sufficiency. Thanks so much!

We’ll post updates on the school’s growth right here on GlobalGiving – so keep checking back.

As always, if you ever have any questions about how we’re using your donation please don’t hesitate to email I would love to hear from you!

Thanks again, and very kind regards.


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Project Leader

Emma Taylor

Bristol, Somerset United Kingdom

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