The Eavesdrop on 10/06/11
On tonight's Fall Membership Drive special edition of "The Eavesdrop", your favorite hosts will be in the studio with their special guest, Ashley Holmer, founder & Executive Director of Red Sweater Project.
"Change Begins with Access to Education ... "
Only 7% of Tanzanian children have access to high school due to the cost of government and private school fees.
Learn more about how this young Oregonian seized an opportunity of a lifetime, to enrich the lives of dozens, then hundreds of villagers in Tanzania.
"Change Begins with Local Support"
Red Sweater Project partners with community groups & leaders in Tanzanian villages, as well as with other non-profit groups in Oregon to improve the lives of many.
"Change Begins with a Girl"
Red Sweater Project aims to help young Tanzanian girls and women beat the odds & succeed in life, through secondary education access. Red Sweater Project began with one young woman's dream. Coincidence?
"Change is Needed Now ... and Begins with a Red Sweater"
Find out how we can effect change locally, by helping this grassroots non-profit, as well as volunteering to help in Tanzania!
Remember that this is a Membership Drive special!
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