Elderly Support in Latin America

by Fly The Phoenix
Elderly Support in Latin America
Elderly Support in Latin America
Elderly Support in Latin America
Elderly Support in Latin America
Elderly Support in Latin America
Elderly Support in Latin America
Elderly Support in Latin America
Elderly Support in Latin America
Elderly Support in Latin America
Elderly Support in Latin America
Elderly Support in Latin America
Elderly Support in Latin America
Elderly Support in Latin America
Elderly Support in Latin America
Elderly Support in Latin America
Elderly Support in Latin America
Elderly Support in Latin America
Elderly Support in Latin America
Elderly Support in Latin America
Elderly Support in Latin America
Elderly Support in Latin America
Elderly Support in Latin America
Elderly Support in Latin America
Elderly Support in Latin America

Project Report | Mar 14, 2018
2018 off to a great start and The 7 Continents

By Dom Williams | Founder and Director

Plan Moo sustainable plan
Plan Moo sustainable plan

With 2018 up and running we continue to strive to make the lives of the elderly population more comfortable and for them, this means daily food and medicines. By removing the worry of financial costs for education from the families by running our own school and providing free education any extra money saved can go towards the necessary costs of the elderly. Coupled with this, the elderly benefit with the sustainable income plans we are putting in with the families as they all benefit from these - not just from the physical produce they provide, though also through the extra income. This year we hope to provide medicinal plants once again to all our elderly as well as fruit trees which will provide vitamin C for years to come!

Plans for the 4th Annual Seven Continent Charity Challenge are underway where we ask anyone, anywhere in the world to do a fundraising event for Phoenix during 2018. It doesn’t have to be a huge event; from a dinner or BBQ party at home to walking, running or undertaking something you have always wanted to do though havn’t got round to it! The fundraising can be done through this page with funds going to Phoenix, the schools and more importantly the children.

For those looking for an excuse to head to Lake Atitlán in Guatemala and raise funds for the projects, we are organising a 4-day biking, volcano hiking and kayaking challenge between 21st to 26th May. Please let us know if you are interested in joining us, or even organizing your own challenge and we’ll add you to the list and give you tips to make it as successful as possible.

As ever, thank you all for your brilliant support.

Cheers

Educating the future helps the present
Educating the future helps the present

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Fly The Phoenix

Location: Clare, Suffolk - United Kingdom
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Project Leader:
Dom Williams
Sudbury , Suffolk United Kingdom

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Thanks to 388 donors like you, a total of $42,406 was raised for this project on GlobalGiving. Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.
   

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