Please join us on Wednesday, September 18 as we celebrate the start of our 2-year focus on Food Security!
That’s right- you voted, and the majority of our membership voted for the RPCVs of Colorado to spend the next two years learning more about Food Security, both locally and internationally. We will spend the first part of the meeting getting a basic overview of what “Food Security” means globally, and then will break out into small groups, led by local Food Security leaders, and work to develop how we will focus our energies over the next two year. Join the conversation!
As you can see from the beautiful produce above, our garden is bursting at the seams with delicious produce! Over the past two summers, we have donated over 700 pounds of fresh produce. Help us reach our goal of 1000 total pounds this summer!
There is still time to volunteer an hour or two in the garden before we put it to bed for the season.
You can easily sign up here-https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1_8rDpXmqnLgEI6KYSX0V8mpBhflN4o5J1nreZMgKdk8/viewform
Or by emailing Casey by using our contact form (select Service Projects).
We donated summer camp registrations in the amount of $310 for five youths to attend the Poltava Youth Leadership Conference in Ukraine. Funding for this project was requested by Lauren Hosp, a PCV from Colorado currently serving in the Ukraine. This camp promotes leadership, active citizenry, and project design and management skills in Ukraine. This is the third annual Poltava Youth Leadership Conference (PYLC).
Thanks to the generous donations and support from you, our members, we have been able to fund a Peace Corps Partnership this summer!
By providing the local community library with a set of one hundred age-appropriate picture books (primarily in French but also in local languages) and basic preschool materials, this project aims to provide young children with improved learning opportunities to develop their reading and critical thinking skills before entering the formal school system.