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Andre Moreira raised £400 from 15 supporters
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Weʼve raised £400 to Help Alcindo get a Personal Training qualification.
- Santa Maria, Sal, Cape Verde
- Funded on Tuesday, 28th February 2017
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Alcindo is a 43 year old construction worker from Cape Verde who had a one-of-a-kind idea – turn the rubbish that he saw washing up on the sands of Santa Maria into an eco-gym. His efforts gave the local population a place to train for free, while making the beach cleaner. We want to give him a Personal Training qualification, so he can better help his community. Watch his story at vimeo.com/alcindo
- 7 years ago
Andre Moreira7 years ago
We're only seven days away and, although the support has been great, we're very far from our objective. Please help Alcindo get the qualification he deserves. Thanks.
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Tony Abbass Nagim
Feb 27, 2017
Beautiful project with a nice thought. I'd like to stay updated about this.
Feb 25, 2017
Love the gym, what a great spot. Good Luck! I also have a product that I can send, no charge that might be a great addition to your gym, just need an address.
Feb 9, 2017
Good luck! I really hope we raise the money to afford you the training!
Jan 31, 2017
Jan 31, 2017
Good luck : )
Jan 29, 2017
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Santa Maria, Sal, Cape Verde
I'm 1 of the 4 founders of tuddret.org, a platform born to support and tell the stories of real people, solving real problems with a combination of creativity and positivity – one problem at a time, one story at a time. Help us help Alcindo, and make this project a reality.