Project KARE Giving Tuesday is Almost Here

And our 2020 KARE Trip is Just Around the Corner!

In January, our Project KARE Team will return to Karen State in Myanmar to deliver school supplies to thousands of enthusiastic students on the Thai/Burma border. This year we will return to rural Karen villages to support more than a dozen schools in rural Burma. We travel to one of the very few locations in Myanmar where high school education is even possible for Karen youth. Your gifts will provide enough notebooks, pens and pencils for 2,000+ students to attend school for the entire school year!

Project KARE is an all-volunteer non-profit. Each volunteer is passionate about helping the Karen people. We personally pay all of our own expenses – flights, hotels, meals, and over land travel. It’s a very long journey! Many of our volunteers will be teaching English too! 100% of your donation is used to purchase school supplies.

We all want to know our donations are efficient. It doesn’t get better than Project KARE!

Each of us is always ready to tell you lots about the Karen people and what a big impact your donation makes in the development of future Karen leaders. Reach out any time to Su Baw, Ron Levis, Michaely Rosas or Day Wah.

If you can find a way to make a donation … that would be outstanding!

You can donate via credit card or PayPal on our crowdfunding page or you can hand deliver cash or a check (made out to Project KARE) to Su Baw, Ron Levis or Michaely Rosas directly.…/ProjectKARE-Trip-Jan-2020

If you know someone else who might be interested to help Project KARE, please share our email.

With deep gratitude –
From all of us at Project KARE

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Project KARE is a registered 501c3 non-profit organization.

Ron Levis

Ron@projectkare.og || C. 303.601.6119

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Kare Team delivering school supplies at Ta Ko To Baw village school.



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