Supporting people that deserve it. Kim’s Year-long Fellowship in Tanzania.

In life you are continuously meeting people. Those that stand out are just a few; Kim is one of them.

I met Kim in Siena about a year ago when she came to spend a semester at Siena Italian Studies. Caring, intelligent, respectful, hardworking describe her personality. It is a bit difficult to hear her voice :), but she only says things that are worth listening.

Kim has just accepted a year-long fellowship with the Alailelai Maasai Sustainability Organization in Tanzania and she needs our help raising funds to cover some expenses. Here’s what she will be doing there:

I will be acting as a program manager in the field, coordinating a number of projects, from education and health initiatives, small crafts, a goat project, a new solar ovens initiative, and microfinance to support women-led entrepreneurship.

To read more about Kim, the organization, the fellowship, and to make a contribution; please go here.

I and are committed to supporting, in any way possible, those who deserve it. Kim does; without a doubt.

Thank you,
Juan Carlos

(image credits: Kim’s campaign on