Greetings from CONAPAC in the Peruvian Amazon rainforest! You are receiving this appeal because of your interest in CONAPAC and/or Adopt-A-School.
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CONAPAC programs are on the line

Greetings to our many CONAPAC /Adopt-A-School supporters! We can’t thank you enough for your generosity over the years. You have enabled us to provide educational materials to schools and schoolchildren, offer educational opportunities for adults, maintain two community libraries, and provide clean drinking water to entire communities. We have strong credibility with rainforest residents through our CONAPAC /Community Partnerships.
Our plans for this year are in jeopardy. We are hoping to continue our work with 56 different rainforest communities along the Amazon and Napo rivers, well over 10,000 people. Our evaluations show that CONAPAC programs make a difference. For more information about our projects, see our 2012 annual report.
We need your help more than ever. This is our first mid-year funding appeal in the 23-year history of CONAPAC. Donations are down from corporate and individual partners and our purchasing power is weaker due to international economics. We cannot sustain our 2013 programs or the staff to coordinate and run them without your help. Unless we have increased financial assistance, we will need to make cuts in Adopt-A-School teacher workshops, AAS materials for 2014 deliveries, year-end community evaluations, student scholarships, community library programs, water purification initiatives, water workshops, and community leader training.
The goal of this mid-year request to is raise $50,000 to keep from making deep cuts in CONAPAC programming and staff budgets. If you can donate any amount, please do so through our partners at the Detroit Zoological Society or by mail (for US citizens). For our overseas partners, please contact Cynthia Smith Snyder at info@CONAPAC.org to make the necessary bank transfer arrangements.
Thank you for your consideration. We are grateful for your role in supporting CONAPAC programs.
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Visit our website at: http://www.conapac.org
Water treatment plant built by CONAPAC and community members in San Juan de Floresta
Water workshop participants
New computers from the Peruvian Ministry of Education at this year's CONAPAC teacher education workshops

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CONAPAC is a Peruvian non-profit organization whose mission is to promote conservation of the rainforest through education of its stewards, the people who live along the Amazon and Napo Rivers. Our centerpiece project is the Adopt-A-School program, which is strengthened by workshops and complemented by service and sustainable projects in river communities.
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