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Homebaked: 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 …
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For the second year in a row, this project was completed before it even officially launched on the website!
Aura’s former sponsor, Kristen Palana donated the first $50. Then Aura’s House super-donor, Elvis Kibiti donated $65 which will then be matched by his employer, completing the project! THANK YOU!
Our goal was to raise $180.
$180 raised! -THANK YOU!
Aura is entering her 7th semester of University and needs $180 for enrollment fees and expenses. We aim to raise a total of $180 to purchase the following items: an enrollment fee, supplies, copies and …
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This project is now complete.
Launched: July 31, 2014.
Completed: August 25, 2014.
In partnership with: StayInSchoolng Initiative – Nigeria
Our goal was to raise $624
$624 raised. THANK YOU!
Special thanks to: Jocelyn Burrows Vache for donating $20 from every sale for each beautiful Aura’s House necklace that she made herself. Visit her Cagibi Etsy Store. Special thanks also go to Aura’s House Partner, Anastasia Yecke and fiance Erik Gude, for donating $100 and helping us surpass the halfway point! Finally, special thanks to Aura’s House super-donor and all around project-finishing hero, Elvis Kibiti for making …
Orphans Haripriya, Harika, and Pravalika Srinu have received medicine, food, clothing, household items, hygienic items, and six months of rent and electricity expenses with your generous donations. The girls received clothing and the oldest girl, Hari, has had her medical expenses covered. Food was, also, supplied for the girls until they each found a sponsor. Haripriya, Harika, and Pravalika all have sponsors now. Thank you for donating to this Emergency Project after the death of their mother. Your help has eased their pain and has taken care of their needs when they needed it most.
Visit the Emergency Project For Orphans Haripriya, Harika, and Pravalika Srinu.
Meet some of the students who are benefiting from your donations to The Dominican Republic English Tutoring Project.
In many countries knowing English can greatly change an individual’s future by opening up new job opportunities and furthering their education. The English as a Second Language (ESL) Program is a 12 month program, proposed for implementation in both Santiago and Santo Domingo within the Dominican Republic. The more funds we raise, the more students that will be supported for this program. Each student’s tuition and expenses costs approximately $200 USD.