2016-04 April Newsletter

You have changed lives

Thank you so much for changing the lives of so many women and children in Central America and Mexico. Your donations were made to people you may never know, however we have seen the women you have benefitted and we want you to see the results.

A few weeks ago, Nancy was in Guatemala with a videographer from Ripple Effect Images. They interviewed some who have received clean cookstoves. Spend five minutes and see them here. 

Your generosity allows us to help more women and children. Please donate today.

Photo credit: Lynn Johnson

Track Town Pizza benefits StoveTeam

On April 27th, Track Town Pizza, located at 1809 Franklin Boulevard in Eugene, Oregon, will host an all-day fundraiser for StoveTeam International. Bring this flyer to ensure StoveTeam receives 50% of the food purchased towards in-house or to-go orders.

Not interested in eating pizza that day? Come by and purchase a gift certificate for a friend or for later and StoveTeam will receive 25% of the value of the gift certificate purchased. Restrictions may apply.


Volunteer opportunity in Antigua, Guatemala

Join StoveTeam in Guatemala in January 2017 to improve your Spanish, explore Guatemala, and volunteer for a good cause!

Running from January 21 - 29, this trip includes a week of language school, stove construction, and sightseeing in Antigua. We'll stay at the beautiful San Jose el Viejo Spanish School and receive one-on-one lessons with a local instructor, either in an outdoor classroom on the school grounds or while touring around Antigua. Afternoons will be spent with Marco Tulio at the EcoComal stove factory, building stoves and helping distribute them to a local community. These community visits are life changing and provide a glimpse of Guatemala that few tourists get to experience.

Reserve a spot today to join us on this fabulous trip to Guatemala! Please contact Nancy Hughesfor more information.

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