Planting for the Future

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Tyler Hunter (he/they) is an English and Psychology major and is a Global Fellow.

Searra Wojtecki (she/her) is a Music Education major and also a Global Fellow.

By donating to Planting for the Future, you can save a family from starving and give them the skills to survive.

What is our cause?

We are trying to help the DRC (the Democratic Republic of Congo) get the food and nutrients that they need to live. Many people have died from starvation and malnutrition. They have trouble growing food on their own due to lack of resources and poor soil. With out origination, we will be able to provide a life changing experience for those on the other end of your generosity.

African children sitting on the ground

Why should you care? How can you help?

Human lives are at stake. Children are dying and we can help. By helping provide food and access to agriculture training, we can start building a way for Congo to join the global economy. You can help by donating a mere $17 to start an orchard for a family in need or provide training to a family for only $60 that could provide a way to access jobs and a steady food source. By donating, you could save lives and help build the future.


A quick summary…

The people of Congo have suffered for far too long and you can help end that suffering for innocent families who are unable to provide food for themselves and their children. Lives are on the line and all it takes is a few dollars to help.

Student research poster. Click link below to view larger version, or download the image.

Donate to help this cause today!

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