"Kids for Kids" Phoenix Project Farm Day Fundraiser

"Kids for Kids" Phoenix Project Farm Day Fundraiser

From Pam and Eric Stich

It all starts with education. Support the Phoenix Projects, and help Latin American children end their cycle of poverty by supporting their right to a quality education.

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Join us at the Natick Community Organic Farm for a fun-filled day to raise funds for the Phoenix Project–an organization close to our heart who provide education programs for children who live in extreme poverty in Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Ecuador and Perú.

  • WHEN: Sunday, September 14    |   10am – 2pm
  • WHERE: Natick Community Organic Farm  |  117 Eliot Street, Natick, MA 01760
  • COST: Simply make a donation for the kids (on this site or at the event) and bring something yummy for the Potluck lunch
  • WHY and WHAT: Read below.....!

[CAN'T ATTEND? Your donation will still make a difference]

While "your kids" enjoy fun on the Natick Community Organic Farm... 

  • animals
  • fall harvest
  • games/sports
  • crafts
  • live music
  • piñata and...
  • a potluck lunch

...they will be helping the "Phoenix Kids from Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Ecuador and Perú" get the education and nutrition they badly need to succeed in school and lead their families out of the cycle of poverty. The goal of the Phoenix Projects is to create 25-year cycle sustainable programs so eventually each school can take ownership over their operation. [read more about Phoenix Projects below and on their site

Your donation will provide these children with the essentials:

  • teacher salaries
  • building costs
  • daily food (that sometimes is their only meal for the day)
  • school supplies
  • and educational holiday celebrations

We volunteered and managed Phoenix programs in Santa Maria, Guatemala and San Rafael, Honduras, so we know exactly how your gift will be used and we know many of the children that will benefit from it (and who will potentially teach at these schools as a career....thus the sustainable model).

Crafts and Card Making at "Kids for Kids" 2012

Weaving at "Kids for Kids" 2012

Piñata at "Kids for Kids" 2012

BUT WAIT, there is more....

Dom and Doreen Williams, the founders of the Phoenix Project will be flying in from Guatemala to join YOU on the farm and to tell us all about the great developments across all 5 projects. We urge you not to miss the opportunity to meet two of the most selfless, entrepreneurial and loving people you may ever meet.

L to R: Eric, Pam, Molli, DOREEN and DOM

Whether you can attend the Farm Day or not, please make a donation today! With our greatest appreciation, love and support...

 -Pam, Eric, Ruby and Isaac Stich

Event or Donation Questions, Contact: pamelastich1@gmail.com or estich@hotmail.com

About The Phoenix Projects

We believe that education, as well as daily food, are basic human rights. In order to combat the imbalances of these rights, we have created sustainable, 25-year cycle, educational community programs. These are funded by local income-initiatives, challenges and international donations through our Fly The Phoenix charity.

Our charity projects are located in Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Ecuador and Perú. Not only do we provide education, but we also hire and support local teachers, thereby stimulating the local economy. Through this education and support, we are providing better job opportunities for the future. It is our goal that over time, the community will be able to take ownership, thus The Phoenix Projects become sustainable.

We are a non-religious and non-political, non-profit organization. Learn more at http://www.thephoenixprojects.org/.

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