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Love, the Burmese!

One of the most ignored, yet deserving causes is the plight of the Burmese. In many areas, communities are plagued by civil war, unhealthy conditions, and constant fear and anxiety. On the Rise Movement (OTRmov), a youth-run charity, aims to alleviate that current situation by providing quality education. Students are given a year’s worth of school supplies, and their school facilities are built, rebuilt, and run by funds from OTRmov. The organization also provides health resources and teacher subsidies, because an enriching learning experience takes more than just the bare necessities.
Join our movement to bring more awareness and donations to the cause! We engage in tons of creative activities to fundraise and promote our mission.

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Help Fund An Adventure For Good

Well folks, we are on the road! Thanks to over 200 individual and business supporters we have a beautiful bus, some functional production equipment, and enough money to get across the country on ramen, waste vegetable oil, and home-cooked meals whenever they present themselves. We can not appreciate those contributors enough: thanks to everyone who has given so far we are on the adventure of a lifetime and spreading optimism across the nation. We desperately need money for emergency situations (our bus has already broken down once), to contribute to causes across the country (we have a little...we would like a lot), and to make our trip that much healthier (greens are expensive). So check out the site, and contribute if you would like to support three young men on an Adventure for Good.
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  • 2012/10/10 10:35 PM Joel Burbach donated $ 100.00
  • 2012/07/12 1:54 AM Peter Neumann donated $ 250.00
  • 2012/06/09 1:43 AM patrick j obrien donated $ 25.00
  • 2012/05/19 12:00 AM jeanne lynch donated $ 25.00
  • 2012/05/15 2:02 PM Wendy Wickenden donated $ 50.00
$ 3300 raised

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