We need your help to continue our efforts in Gigante!
By contributing to our ongoing development projects, you are contributing directly to the people of Gigante as they work to create a better life for themselves.Transportation and Economic Development:$220.00 – pays the monthly salary of bus driver Marlon Martinez of Rivas. Marlon is a single father and works to care for his 3 year old daughter, Stacy.$50.00 – sponsors one month of education for one high school student, including travel stipend and school supplies$550.00 – sponsors one year of education for one high school student, including travel stipend, school supplies, uniform and shoesAny Amount – can be used to contribute directly to the Community Development FundElementary school support and teacher training:$2,500.00 – builds a safe drinking water well at the elementary school in Gigante #1$250.00 – pays the monthly salary of first grade teacher Mariel Arcia Guzman$250.00 – pays the monthly salary of fourth and fifth grade teacher Belkis Cubillo Perez$250.00 – pays the monthly salary of sixth grade teacher Marisol Chavarria Amador$100.00 – pays the monthly stipend of kindergarten teacher Belkis Mora$40.00 – pays for monthly school supplies for four teachers$5.00 – buys monthly school supplies for one student (kindergarten – third grade)$10.00 – buys monthly school supplies for one student (fourth – sixth grade)WOO Afterschool Club:$100.00 – covers the total one-month cost of the Afterschool Club
Any amount of support is greatly appreciated!
Project WOO is a recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit, so all contributions are tax-deductible.All project supporters will receive ‘WOO-NEWS’ to provide ongoing updates about our program.
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