Summer 2009 Newsletter

Summer  Newsletter 2009 Dear Friends, This is the first of what will be regular newsletters sent out by World Teacher Aid.  The newsletter will be sent out four times a year, winter, spring, summer and fall.

Texas News

This last week I went to visit David Frey in Texas.  David sits on our Board of Directors for World Teacher Aid. Stu and I only spent two days with him, but it was such a great experience.  Here’s what happened…

Newsletter Update

In May I began to write a monthly newsletter.  However, at this time in our development as a charity, I have decided to write a longer and more detailed newsletter, but instead of every month I am going to write a letter every season.  The first one will come out in the fall (This should … Continued

Partnering with Kenya

The past summer months have been busy monitoring our progress in Ghana, Uganda and El Salvador. Things are going well in all countries where we have provided assistance in teacher’s salaries and feeding programs at the schools. Global Volunteer Network has been a huge help implementing our programs.  Here is how they are helping us … Continued

We Have Passed the Initial Screening!

Just a few weeks ago my lawyer contacted me to let me know some wonderful news. The CRA has advised us that we, World Teacher Aid, have passed the first screening! We are now waiting to be reviewed by an examiner, this could happen in September or early October. As the summer days go by, … Continued

Major Donation!!

This month has been a busy one. A little over two months ago, Armand Morin a good friend of ours offered to make some money for our charity. We welcomed the donation with huge smiles on our faces! To find out how much was donated (we will be able to use this donation when we … Continued

An Email To Share

Today I received an email in my inbox from the school director of Springs of Hope High School.  It was such a nice email that I have cut and pasted it for you to read below.   While this email was sent to me, it is something you should see as this is the difference … Continued