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Project Humanity

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Gilmer, TX, United States

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Gilmer, TX, United States

Project Humanity focuses on Education Status of Women Trade & Finance and is headquartered in Gilmer, TX, United States.

Project Humanity identifies women empowerment projects that can be completed in a relatively short period of time, and then we recruit skilled volunteers to work on them. Through our work in Kenya, Botswana, and Zambia we are enabling access to micro financing for small business development, advancing education and literacy, and working to improve women's and children's health.

  • 1 / 2: There are many different ways to volunteer to make a difference. Project Humanity volunteers have included students, nurses, missionaries, first responders, educators, pilots, flight attendants, executives, and yes, even our moms! Project Humanity makes several trips a year to Africa. These trips generally last 7-10 or 10-18 days and provide opportunities for volunteers to become fully immersed in the local community. So regardless of your background or skills, age, gender, race, sexual orientation, or religious affiliation, we have a job for you! You can learn more at www.projecthumanity.com
  • 2 / 2: We need your support! As is the case with most things in life, even international volunteerism has a price. While Project Humanity is a volunteer-driven organization we to fundraise to cover the costs associated with travel, maintaining operations, and performing other business-required functions. Through your generous donation you can support a volunteer or the organization in its fundraising efforts. Project Humanity is a 501(c)3 and all donations are tax deductible.

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Project Humanity is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization based in Gilmer, Texas (EIN#: 20-1412543). Our focus is on volunteering in Africa to promote women's empowerment through education and literacy, micro financing, and women's and children's health programs. Additional information is available at projecthumanity.com

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