Just over $5,500 was raised for latrines and wells for two Banyan
Learning Tree School building sites in rural villages in Takeo
|Gravenhurst Curling Club Filled to the Brim!|
It would not have been possible without all of the dedicated
volunteers and donors who made this A Mine Free World Foundation Sale
the success it was. I thank you all from the bottom of my heart - it
was alot of work, but rewarding work, because many children in these
Cambodian villages will benefit from Hygienic Toilets and Clean Water
at these two schools.
A Huge thanks goes to Jay and Linda Harrison who helped so much to
organize this sale...to Dan Blix for all the graphic work...to Sobey's
Gravenhurst for our Saturday Sandwiches....to Bill and Dora Rathbun
for keeping us perked up with their coffee for 2 days...to the
Gravenhurst Curling Club for letting us fill their rink with
stuff...to Muskoka's wonderful publications for their support...so
many of you to thank!
|Jim Goodwin and Lisa McCoy at Cash Table|
We raised more than what we needed for the projects at hand. With the extra we raised, Thoun - a bright 18 year-old disabled student (limited mobility and smaller limbs on right side of body) in the small village of Pheam in Siem Reap Province, Cambodia will be starting a weekend school for young children in his village. He receives educational support from A Mine Free World Foundation and has been waiting for the opportunity to 'give back' by helping young children in his village receive extra help with their studies.
|Pauline Johns, Socheat Chea & Lisa McCoy with Thoun at his village home in Pheam, Cambodia|
Please keep tuned to our website at http://www.aminefreeworld.org/ for updates
on the latrines, wells and the weekend school project in Pheam
Thank you for all your time, muscles, gasoline, garage space and
A Mine Free World Foundation