A target of $ 50,000 CAD
To celebrate its 15th anniversary, the Children’s Foundation of Ecuador (ETF) has decided to do the big thing and to climb Chimborazo, the highest mountain in Ecuador, with its 6,300 meters d ‘altitude. A maximum of 15 participants may participate in the Ecuador Expedition which will take place from 10 to 20 November 2017.
The goal of this expedition is to raise $ 50,000 for the activities of the FEE. This amount will allow the Foundation to finance the expenses related to the increase in the number of children in the center (10 more this year), the development of English courses, computer science, Sewing center at the women’s center, maintenance of the new cybercafé available free of charge to single mothers and their children, as well as the provision of a library of local literature. In total, these activities will benefit more than 400 people from the community of Pascuales. Each participant will be responsible for his / her own travel expenses and contribute to fundraising. Nevertheless, we are looking for partners who wish to play a leading role in contributing financially to this adventure.
Please find enclosed the partnership plan that we propose. For more information and to discuss the formula you are interested in, please contact the President Yves Poiré at email@example.com or the Director André Michelet-Figueroa, at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call 514-525-4920.
About the Children’s of Ecuador Foundation
The Children’s of Ecuador Foundation is a non-profit organization whose mission is to help single mothers in Pascuales, a suburb of Guayaquil (in the south of Ecuador), which has more than 3 million inhabitants and concentrates in its periphery the poorest areas of the country.
Founded in 2002, the Foundation has since supported more than 4,000 women through its Women’s Center (Centro de Mujeres Madre Rosalia) and has also helped more than 1,500 childrens to continue their schooling through its sponsorship program.
For more information: www.fee.ong.
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