For the past year, UNT FWOP has partnered with the Abundant Life Foundation to provide solar-powered lights to people in Roatán, Honduras. These solar-powered lights are waterproof and can last more than 2 years, which make them an excellent alternative
Come support Fwop while enjoying Mellow Mushroom! On Thursday, April 4 from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. if you eat at Mellow Mushroom in Denton some of the money for your meals will go to Fwop’s Lights Fundraiser.
For our second meeting of 2019, FWOP is doing something different. We invite you to join us in BLB 270 on Monday, February 25 for a game night. In addition to playing board games at this meeting, you will have
UNT will host it’s annual Mean Green Spring Fling on Wednesday, January 16 from 6pm to 8pm. This event will be located in Union 314 and Union 333. Come by our booth to say hi and learn more about our organization!
Saturday, November 10, 9:30AM— Future Without Poverty organized a meetup at Shiloh Field Community Garden in Denton. Volunteers harvested and washed sweet potatoes, dug up dormant okra stalks, rolled up irrigation tape, and harvested the season’s remaining peppers to prepare
Serving Roatán (an island off the coast of Honduras), the Abundant Life Foundation is a frontier philanthropic organization based in Texas. Fueled by passion and a genuine love for the locals, their work is focused across three primary initiatives: education,
Solar Lamps Bring “ Hope “ to the Criendeu Garbage Dump in Jakarta
There are some 450,000 crash pickers in Jakarta, Indonesia, a city of over 13 million.
The X S Project, an FWOP affiliate, has been working with a small community in the Trash Picker’s community to develop a profitable recycling businesses. The Businesses have created and sustained schools and water projects.