We are very encouraged by all of the progress we have made and all of the progress yet to come! We could not have done it without you!!!
We are very pleased to announce that we are launching a fund drive through CaringCrowd on September 8, 2015 – 5PM Eastern Time. We are pretty set on protecting women’s lives and want to make sure we don’t fall short. It is critical that we reach our goal!
This fund drive will help reinforce the cervical cancer prevention capacity in the Kedougou Region and will advance the capacity development to the Sedhiou Region.
- Our goal is $40,000 in 30 days. The last day of the Fund Drive is October 7, 2015
- This is an ALL OR NOTHING Campaign. We must reach our goal.
- We MUST get a STRONG Start in order to reach our goal.
Throughout the fund drive, we are seeking Advocates, those who can bring awareness to our drive. Our principal interest is not to identify funders, instead it is to raise awareness. We are very confident in our model of engagement and the planned project, so we are certain that people who find out about the drive will be willing to donate – that will take care of itself. However, the challenge that is before us is to raise as much awareness as possible.
Please help this effort by doing the following:
- Compile your email lists
- One for daily emails that you can send out
- One for weekly emails to send out.
- Recruit one or two people for the core team. Sign them up here. Or connect them directly to us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
- Please become a friend on our Facebook Page. https://www.facebook.com/
peacecare.org. Encourage others to Like our page as well.
- Become familiar with all of the links at www.peacecare.org/fund-
In compiling your lists think of the following
- Those who are interested in health equity
- Those interested in women’s health
- Those who are “friends” of the Peace Corps
- Those with an interest in Africa or Senegal, more specifically
Throughout the campaign, you will be sending others to
This Fund Drive will also be an excellent opportunity to highlight our work and our approach. Thank you for joining us along the way!
Peace & Care,
Andrew, All in Senegal, and the Entire Peace Care Team