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,
A Climate Central analysis finds the odds are on track to double or more of “century” or worse floods occurring by 2030 over widespread areas of the U.S. Click “Read More” for details.
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.
Click “Read more” for more.
Our new affiliates and new FWOP Chapters are moving toward sustainability in many different ways. ‘Creative interdependence’ may be a good motto for the link between FWOP and our network. Empowerment initiatives, Enterprise development, Education for youth, and Environmental clean-up and preservation must converge to promote sustainability for children, widows, women, elders, and the poorest among us. Click Read More for the full article.
Welcome our new FWOP Affiliate, Helphen India. Click “Read More” to learn about this wonderful organization.
Denton CAReS is a fantastic resource for those who are struggling or may need assistance. Click Read More for details.
Imagine you’re without electricity, water or even education. For some people, those are daily realities that affect their survival. Original article: http://ntdaily.com/anti-poverty-organization-has-roots-at-unt/
Click “Read More” to learn about the 2015 plans for the Tepehua Center, including a new clinic, the re-opening of the Tepehua Habitat Program, and more.
On December 10, 2014, UNT Future Without Poverty received thirty used computers from Safran Labinal Power Systems that will be donated to Sanger ISD. UNTs partnership with the Sustainability Department has also trained 30 some teachers to introduce sustainability education into the curriculum of schools in Mexico. Click below for more information.