Check out the latest news from CoEd, and as always, thank YOU for all that you do to help break the cycle of poverty in Guatemala through education!
Did you know...
...CoEd's high school scholarship students give back by helping the middle school scholarship students prepare for final exams each year?
...in addition to shaping a generation of young people, many of CoEd's Computer Center teachers share their knowledge with the entire community by offering computer classes to other teachers or even parents and community members?
...CoEd's Culture of Reading Program (CORP) has expanded to grades 4-6? The curriculum is tailored for older students and includes more small group reading and individual activities, such as composition.
...none of CoEd's programs would be possible without the generous support of people like you? ˇMuchisimas gracias!
See what your support has made possible by joining us on a Snapshot Tour this summer! Find out more here.
The recipe for a successful CoEd dinner party
|CoEd Volunteer Susan Richardson on a Snapshot Tour in February 2010.|
Last year, after returning home from the CoEd Snapshot Tour, I was energized and excited to do something for the children of Guatemala. I shared photos with my friends and relatives and hoped that they might be willing to help, too. I decided that the easiest way to raise money for CoEd was to host a dinner party. With a little effort, I raised $1,600 in just one night.
Are you interested in raising awareness and money? To make your planning simple, I've created a step-by-step guide for hosting an easy and fun dinner party. For a copy of my step-by-step guide, please contact me at 513-262-4262 or email@example.com.
CoEd Volunteer and Tour Veteran