Weʼve raised £105 to help fund my volunteering in Ecuador
- Funded on Tuesday, 18th July 2017
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Starting in July I will be joining Projects Abroad to spend two weeks volunteering in Ecuador on a Care and Community short-term project.
Here is some information about the project from their website:
Situated 1000km from the Ecuadorian coast, the Galapagos Islands are well-known for its spectacular scenery and interesting wildlife. You have the opportunity to volunteer with Projects Abroad on our Care & Community Short-term Special project and spend two weeks living on the beautiful island of San Cristobal.
Education and learning English is vital for the children on the island and you will provide creative educational activities for them at one of the local kindergartens. You will assist the teachers and provide extra attention to individual children. The project also has a community aspect, where you will work alongside other volunteers on physical improvements, such as painting one of the classrooms or helping with a beach clean-up initiative.
I have covered the costs of my flights to and from Ecuador however I need to fundraise for my community programme work. Even a small amount will get me one step closer to my goal. Thank you in advance for any support you can give.
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Jun 26, 2017
Well done Millieee!! xxx
Jun 25, 2017
Well done so far Milly!! Keep dancing xxxxx
Lots of love, Erin and Sally xxx
Jun 23, 2017
Dance like no-one's watching and have a great time in Ecuador!
Jun 23, 2017
Fantastic Millie! Enjoy Ecuador! x
Jun 18, 2017
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