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We have an exciting opportunity to raise $50K from the Gates Foundation for Giving Tuesday! So we're rallying our key supporters (YOU) and hoping you can join us in fundraising and spreading the word on Facebook on Giving Tuesday.
We're dreaming, brainstorming, and planning what's next for The Adventure Project. And, we want to hear from you!
To get you Gala ready for tomorrow, here's a sneak peek into some of the luxury items up for bid.
The vast majority of children in developing countries aren’t dying from unknown diseases or acts of war. They perish because their parents can’t find medicine or a trained health care worker in time.
This is where Grace comes in.
Meet our Spring Interns! Our interns help with anything and everything - from tracking our impact, to sharing stories of our entrepreneurs. Learn more about interning here.
For Mandy, she takes World Water Day very seriously.
One of our fundraisers thought we were shooting a video about fundraising tips. But, we had something much bigger in store...
Because 1,400 supporters bought a stranger a drink last World Water Day, thousands of people in Kamwenge, Uganda have clean water.
Pamela is a 54-year-old mother to 5 children. She is widowed with 2 children still living at home. Thanks to your support, she is now earning a living as a stove entrepreneur in Kisumu, Kenya.
Last month, our Collective helped hire Mohammed!
Meet Apotheke, our charcoal soap Brooklynites. Learn how they're revolutionizing the pure soap industry and adding adventure to their company.
Meet 8 women who choose adventure every day.
Efficient stoves mean a bright future for children. That’s why we’re creating stove businesses throughout Kenya.
This quarter, we're highlighting our work with the environment!
Our collective helped hire Lucy!
The decision to grow your business shouldn’t be at the risk of feeding your family or sending your kids to school.
"I am no longer scrambling to provide for my family. I am proud to be a business-woman, farmer, and mother."
Women represent approximately 70% of the agricultural workforce in sub-Saharan Africa. Yet, female farmers produce 20% to 30% less than men.
By growing your own food, you develop roots in your land—roots that leads to thriving and sustainability.
The perfect fitted tee.
100% of each tee provides a stove to a woman in Kenya.
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