Trees For Life
Rating: 4.91 stars 34 34 reviews
3006 W St Louis Wichita KS 67203 USA
Trees for Life promotes self-help as people take charge of their own lives,unleashing extraordinary power that impacts lives. Our activities meet these needs: education, health and environment.
50libraries established in Nicaragua; trees planted in Haiti; 80,000 children's picture books donated by Kansas families to Liberia; pre-school operating with leadership of community women in Nicaragua; nutritional information about the moringa tree provided to several thousand in two dozen countries;
Families and communities in developing countries who wish to improve their lives but have very limited resources.
Direct beneficiaries per year:
Thousands, due to areas where books are now available; varies yearly.
Geographic areas served:
International, currently Guatemala, Nicaragua, India, Haiti
Trees for Life - providing critical information about the moringa tree; funding some planting of moringa tree. Books for Life - providing books and libraries for villages and communities. Other: Teaching construction of and funding materials for fuel-efficient stoves.
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Alternative Gifts International has a long history of partnering wtih Trees for Life. This is a first class operation whose founders and leadership have worked to expand their outreach into building sustainable programs for the poor. I have visited their headquarters and I admite this great group of people for their dedication and sacrifice.
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