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Charity yoga class to raise money for Days for Girls kits

  Students are invited to a Charity Yoga Class at Colonel Gray this FRIDAY from 3:30-4:30 in support of Farmers Helping Farmers and Days for Girls. Money raised will be used to produce feminine hygiene kits for girls in Kenya so they don't have to miss days at school. It's a suggested donation of $10…
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From Canada to Kenya: Helping girls stay in school

From Canada to Kenya: Helping girls stay in school Posted on February 6, 2017   Farmers Helping Farmers is excited to be teaming up with the Empower Sewing Group in Guelph, Ontario to produce Days for Girls feminine hygiene kits. They will be distributed to our FHF twinned schools to girls who may otherwise stay away…
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2017 Farmers Helping Farmers team on the ground now in Kenya

Farmers Helping Farmers launches new projects in Kenya It's an exciting time for Farmers Helping Farmers as the first team of volunteers has arrived in Kenya. CLICK HERE for the P.E.I. Kenya 2017 blog! More members of Farmers Helping Farmers will travel to Kenya over the next three months to launch several new projects, including…
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Hungry elephants in Kenya inspire generosity of Prince Edward Islanders

Some young Prince Edward Islanders –and their parents–were moved to action when they heard that hungry elephants in Kenya had crushed the screened garden at their twinned school in Kenya. West Kent Elementary School in Charlottetown has raised money to help replace the screen house garden, along with a generous donation from Island Lime. Students…
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Spare Change for Change

The annual Holiday Campaign is one of the biggest fundraisers of the year for Farmers Helping Farmers. This year, we have created a simple but meaningful way for twinning schools, Sunday Schools , workplaces and other groups to be part of the Holiday Campaign. It’s called Spare Change for Change. Here’s how it works :…
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Congratulations and thanks to Chef Emily Wells!

Congratulations to Chef Emily Wells on two fronts! This year's Fall Harvest luncheons raised almost $7,000 for Farmers Helping Farmers education projects in Kenya!  A wonderful total! Chef Emily was also named one of P.E.I.'s outstanding volunteers in 2016, at the annual awards ceremony put on by the Voluntary Resource Council. Here is our nomination…
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