Getting the elderly more involved
I hope all is well with you. We’re almost at the end of the first quarter of 2019; time is flying by! We are now in the second phase of our 25-year cycle; 1) introducing education, 2) introducing sustainable plans to help cover costs of the projects whilst continuing to cover the costs through donations and 3) with the projects sustainable we will concentrate on employment generation for the graduates.
For many years we have introduced education to hundreds of children and seen them continue from primary school, through secondary school and college so for us now to be in the stage where are adding in sustainable plans whilst continuing to cover costs is a huge advance from when we started. Thank you to you all for helping us get this far and for continuing to support us in the future.
It is Charity Challenge season once again and we will be heading to Perú and Ecuador in May to raise funds for all our projects so please do support the challenge by donating to this page.
During this year we hope to increase our coverage for help with the elderly in all our countries, including Guatemala, Honduras, Ecuador and Perú. Not just welcoming them in to communal events (they tend to stay at home) though getting them involved in easy sustainable plans, generally medicinal plants and small gardens, so they can be self-sustainable, grow what they need and any extra cango towards buying essential items that cannot be grown.
Thank you and all the best for the next few months and we will update you on the goings on, especially the Perú and Ecuador challenges! Cheers
Sustainable plan implementation
Sustainability from the youngest to the oldest
Never too old to learn