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Change for Change Campaign – Help Keep Yacn in University  

13 November 2014 No Comment

homebakedHomebaked: Grandma’s Kitchen situated in Monteverde Vecchio, Rome (Italy), is hosting a “Change for Change” campaign throughout November in which they are encouraging their customers to donate any spare change or to make an outright donation to help benefit Yacn’s Emergency Tuition Project in Tanzania. A donation jar can be found on their main counter next to their usual assortment of pies, muffins, and other goodies.

Homebaked: Grandma’s Kitchen opened its doors in August 2013 and specializes in baked goods and American cuisine. Situated close to The American University of Rome (AUR), Homebaked forms an integral part of the AUR community, attracting many students with their delicious comfort foods and their welcoming, warm atmosphere.

Yacn Biggo is a young man studying Law at The Univerity of Dar Es Salaam in Tanzania. He is currently in his second year and needs assistance in raising funds for his tuition. Yacn hopes “To become a lawyer who can help poor Tanzanian women and children who are a vulnerable group and isolated in our society.”  His tuition is due in December and it’s up to the kindness of strangers via this Aura’s House campaign to help him be able to stay in school. Visit Yacn’s Emergency Tuition Project in Tanzania  to learn more about his plans for the future to overcome poverty himself as well as his hopes to contribute and assist his entire community.

Aura’s House thanks Homebaked: Grandma’s Kitchen for their assistance in this project and looks forward to working Yacnwith them now and in the future.


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