PROJECT EDUCATION SUDAN
May 14, 2010
The Women's College of the University of Denver became a sister school of the Ayak Angui Girls' School in Southern Sudan. The students wanted to send something meaningful and useful to the girls so we raised funds to purchase book packs, stuffed them with panties (a much needed item for the girls), photos and letters. The girls we so appreciative of the encouragement and support! TWC students also assisted PES at the Annual Art & Artifacts Benefits where we got to view artwork and artifacts of Southern Sudan and connect with the Lost Boys and other members of PES who reminded us why the work we were doing together was so very important.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
the photos and letters from the girls at Anyak Angui girl school and the well documented trips to Southern Sudan by PES staff members provide volunteers with the amazing results of their fundraising efforts.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every six months
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?
Volunteer & I was a volunteer at the PES Annual Art & Artifacts Benefit and participated in the Book pack and panty drive organized by the students at The Women's College of the University of Denver.