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Frustrated with the lack of environmental change in the US, she left for Guatemala to help build something you’ve probably never seen before - and after you see it, you might even want to help it grow.

Provide more children access to a school like this.

Robin Rutchik worked in the US for over 6 years, fighting to get a legislation passed that would reduce carbon emissions across the country. Eventually succeeding and seeing their legislation passed, it wasn't long until they saw it removed as soon as Donald Trump arrived. 


Exhausted in seeing her efforts reversed, she embarked on a journey to the remote village of Comalapa, Guatemala. Where she begin to work with a community to help provide children with a future that would provide them with the knowledge in not having to rely on support from outside industries and the government, both of which have failed many Guatemalans. 

Like many countries, Guatemala continues to struggle with growing plastic pollution. However with one of the highest rates of poverty in Central America, Robin saw great potential in making a real difference and joined a community that aims to tackle both issues, head on. 

With actions that are making an immediate impact, your support will directly help hundreds of children who are born into the most unfortunate situations. You can bring them an education and knowledge to build a brighter future for themselves and our planet.

Where your donation goes.

Give these children a special education in self sufficiency, to build a brighter future  for them and our planet.

100% of your donation will go to:

-  Giving children who are born into poverty a new chance at building a better future.


-  Providing access to an eco school that's teaching them how to be self sufficient. 

-  Build more sustainable schools in areas of extreme poverty. 

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When £1000 is donated, we follow up on this story further to show you the impact and difference you made on this story. That's what we call true transparency!


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