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Passports with Purpose 2010: Build a Village in India and Win €100 in Budget Accommodation from TravelBlogs.Com

November 15th, 2010 · No Comments · Misc

In 2008, Passports with Purpose bought about 15 cows for Heifer International.  In 2009, Passports with Purpose bought a school in Cambodia that included a water well and numerous improvements thanks to your generous donations to American Assistance in Cambodia.  In 2010, Passports with Purpose hopes to build 25 homes in southern India by raising US$50,000 for Land For Tillers’ Freedom (LAFTI) with your help.

I am writing this post while visiting India for the first time.  I am not saddened by the poverty. I see smart, resourceful and hardworking people who just need the right resources and infrastructure to provide security for their families.  For more than 50 years, LAFTI has been committed to helping India’s lowest caste, sometimes called “the untouchables,” break from generations of  poverty and misery.  The 25 homes Passports with Purpose hopes to fund, will provide permanent, weatherproof housing and the deeds to the houses will be given to the women of the family, increasing security and independence.

Part of the fun on Passports with Purpose is that in addition to helping an award winning organization with a specific project, with every $10 donation you can enter to win your choice of exciting prizes.  TravelBlogs.com has donated a €100 voucher that can be used at Travellerspoint.com’s Budget Accomodations.  With over 6,300 accomodations to choose from all over the globe, including some that we are staying at during our currentIndia trip, the travellerspoint.com prize is extremely flexible.

To enter to win the €100 Travellerspoint voucher or other great prizes visit http://www.passportswithpurpose.com/ and click on the DONATE button before December 13, 2010.

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