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Thursday, 13 September 2012 03:55

GirlStuff.Period - Let's get to 1,000

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GirlStuff.Period

In the recent update on our collaboration with Lunapads and their Pads4Girls program we reported about the progress we've made so far as a result of your generosity. We have 30 days before we head to South Africa and we are asking you to jump in and help us do even MORE. We are set to deliver 250 Pads4Girls menstrual kits to 125 girls in Bergnek, Limpopo and 125 girls in Cradock, Eastern Cape this October, thanks to you, the Lunapads Community who have raised a good portion of the funds in supplying the 250 kits, and the amazing team at AFRIPads, Uganda who have produced the menstrual kits for us. The reality is however, that we have another 175 girls in Bergnek and over 1,000 more in Cradock who are patiently waiting and need menstrual kits as well.

We need your help! Let's get at least 1,000 kits delivered this October.

We're making Progress...

We are making progress, thanks to the wonderful people supporting each of our projects and our partners and collaborators. We are actively working in each of the causes we support and taking one step at a time to create the support the communities we serve need to make progress and move forward. This is an update on Pads4Girls project to support the communities of Bergnek, Limpopo and Cradock, Eastern Cape in South Africa.

We're making Progress...

We are making progress, thanks to the wonderful people supporting each of our projects and our partners and collaborators. We are actively working in each of the causes we support and taking one step at a time to create the support the communities we serve need to make progress and move forward. This is an update on our My World In A Garden, Sister Walls project to build Vertical Food Gardens in rural and urban communities where there is either no access to arable land or proper irrigation or both.

Tuesday, 17 July 2012 15:03

Spotlight on MAWO Supporter Ray Kamm

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A Global Citizen 

Ray, by his own description, has always considered himself a global citizen first and a US national second. In Ray's own words, "I am a firm believer that if more folks thought this way, the world across borders would be much calmer and wars and religious turmoil would be events we worked to prevent." We asked Ray what drives him to contribute and want to create change.

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