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Hi, friends! Just a reminder to order your Christmas cards to send out to family, friends and loved ones this year! For those of you who have already ordered, we will be in contact very soon. If you would like to order any number of Christmas cards, or if you know anyone – parents, siblings, friends, neighbors, church groups, clubs, etc. – please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org by NOVEMBER 5 to let us know!
FUNDAHMER invites you to celebrate this Christmas season in solidarity with the Women’s Comittee “Laura Smith” in Sacacoyo by purchasing beautiful hand made Christmas cards designed and created by this dynamic group of women. The community produces candies, organic foods and artisanal products. Each card is made using natural materials and cost $1.50 each. The cards can be used for fundraisers, alternative giving campaigns or personal use. The proceeds go to support the communities of Mauricio Merino and Rutilio Grande in Sacacoyo.
- Orders of 10 for $12 or 25 for $20
- Each card is 5½” x 4½” and comes with an envelope
- Orders will be sent after November 20, 2012
About the Women’s Comittee “Laura Smith” in Sacacoyo:
We are a committee of 10 women from the Christian Base Community of P. Mauricio Merino in Sacacoyo. For the past year we have been organizing ourselves and learning to create and think as a group of women while intending to break the barriers that have kept us in marginalization for so long: literacy, shyness, discrimination and the lack of space that we have in which to enrich our abilities and skills in order to support our families and community. Little by little we are overcoming our fear, shyness and low self-esteem. Our ability to organize and believe in ourselves serves as inspiration for other women and our sons and daughters. Through the discovery of creativity and art we are rediscovering ourselves and learning to feel good about who we are as Salvadoran women. With your support we generate alternative modes of income that allow us to develop ourselves from within and to continue building a different image of THE SALVADORAN WOMAN.