$7,005 of $7,000 goal
Because of your love and support, the Envision Volcanes Campaign has generated $7,005 since November 2014. While this FHSU student fundraising project is coming to an end, the Volcanes Community Education Project continues to educate and inspire people in Mexico, and they still need your support! Please visit the Volcanes Community Education Project's website and make a donation at: http://www.volcanesproject.com/want-to-help
or go to their PayPal page to make a donation:
Thank you for making our world a better place! Please read the story below and we are sure you will fall in love with the wonderful people at the Volcanes Community Education Project (VCEP)!
The Volcanes Community Education Project (VCEP) is a non-government funded English and computer program free of charge for students in the impoverished community of Volcanes in Puerta Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico. The program is designed to help students develop key qualifications for future employment opportunities in the nearby and glamorous city of Puerto Vallarta. Established in 2011, the program has striven to provide the best education for students who attend the additional classes on a voluntary basis. The program suffers from low teacher funding and educators are forced to work multiple jobs or resign.
Megan Shelton is an English teacher and the Project Coordinator at VCEP. She recently received her master's degree in education from Fort Hays State University (FHSU) in Hays, Kansas, USA. Envision Volcanes was developed by Megan and the Writing for Public Relations class at FHSU. (For more information about the involvement of FHSU in this campaign, please see: http://tmn.fhsu.edu/?p=16725.)
With your generous donations, Envision Volcanes will help the students obtain the education needed to secure their future by providing them with the best educators possible.
Without the teachers, the Volcanes Community Education Project would not exist.
Meet Art Fumerton the director of VCEP. Learn more about VCEP and tour the school.
For more updates, visit our Facebook Envision Volcanes and follow us on Twitter.
Because of your love and support, the Envision Volcanes Campaign has generated $7,005 since November 2014. While this FHSU student fundraising project is coming to an end, the Volcanes Community Education Project continues to educate and inspire people in Mexico, and they need your support! Please visit the Volcanes Community Education Project's website and make a donation at: http://www.volcanesproject.com/want-to-help
Thank you for making our world a better place!
Dear Volcanes Friends and Sponsors,
As the school year comes to a close, I'd like to take the opportunity to thank you, our loyal supporters, for your continued commitment to Volcanes Community Education Project and introduce myself. My name is Fabian Novell, i will be directing the funding efforts for the entire VCEP, including the English school and the sewing school. I have a deep connection with the community and the school since my wife, Sasha, teaches grades 3 and 4. I'll be working in collaboration with Art Fumerton, the teachers, volunteers and donors to develop the program further and eventually expand to other areas.
There have been new changes and developments this year, such as the collaboration with Fort Hays University students, our facebook page and the new website.
We appreciate that you have provided the tools to continue growing. Please visit our facebook page ( https://www.facebook.com/volcanescommunityproject) and website ( http://www.volcanescommunityproject.com), share with your friends and contacts, help us promote this project. Every donation counts.
Our biggest need right now is a new teacher vehicle, as the rainy season approaches, the roads are getting worse and worse everyday. We are asking for funds, or if you have a vehicle that you can donate, we can offer a tax receipt (for USA or Canada).
Thanks for your continued support,
Led by Dr. Lorie Cook-Benjamin, the class has raised $1,181 as of May 12, 2015! The students in Diverse Learners Spring 2015 are:
Bartlett, Kyleigh Renae
Breneman, Kristy Jo
Briggs, Brenna Lea
Bruner, Dakota Lee
DeWerff, Kristi Lynn
Eitel, Lindsay Dawn
Glassman, Shaylyn Janae
Harris, Rachel E
Hartloff, Alexis Deann
Johnson, Dazi T
Kearn, Allissa L
Kellerman, Jordan Nicole
Klusman, Madison Lane
Koehn, Jordan Sierra
McCammack, Patricia Elizabeth
McKenna, Marlee Lane
Roberts, Steven Nicholas
Rohr, Abigail Alyssa
Sandoval, Ashlynn Belen
Sharon, Kaci Jo
Squires, Amber Marie
Staab, Taylor Marie
Stephenson, Ashley Anne
Tran, Theresa Duc
Wade, Teresa Lee
Wollin, Mary Ellen
Wooldridge, Amber Frances
Thank you Diverse Learners and FHSU for all the love and support!