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The Rocky Mountain Wolf Project aims to improve public understanding of gray wolf behavior, ecology, and options for re-establishing the species in Colorado. The benchmark of our success: Wolves again roaming the snow-capped peaks, rim rock canyons, and p ...
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Global Volunteer Network Foundation works with community based organizations around the world to assist them in their development goals. Currently we have partner organizations in Peru, Nepal, Vietnam, Kenya, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Rwanda, South Africa and Haiti. The funds we distribute to our partners go to support vulnerable and orphaned children, women’s empowerment and emergency relief situations.
To date we have raised over a million dollars for our various partner initiatives. We raise funds primarily through two major fundraisers. Each year we hold a variety of treks/hikes through the most stunning places on Earth. Currently we offer trips to Machu Picchu, Peru; Mount Kilimanjaro Tanzania; Mount Everest Base Camp, Nepal and a 500 mile + Bike Ride through Vietnam. Each participant donates at least $2,000 to a large scale development project in that region. The funds go to support children in orphanages and schools in the region. After the mountain top is reached the participants of our treks go and meet the children their funds will assist.
Our second fundraiser is our annual ‘Eat So They Can’ Event. One weekend a year, in October, we ask individuals from around the world to host an event, brunch, lunch or dinner party. Each host invites their friends and family to donate towards one of GVN Foundation’s causes (women’s empowerment, orphaned and vulnerable children and emergency relief). If a host raises $500 or more they win an expense paid trip to Africa to help us distribute the funds to our programs abroad!