Organization: Project COLORS International
Location: Halifax, NS; South Africa; Swaziland
On November 14, East Lawrencetown resident Sunyata Choyce received the inaugural Nova Scotia Red Cross Young Humanitarian Award for her work helping children in need through Project COLORS International: a Nova Scotian based non-profit she started in 2004 while working with AIDS orphans in South Africa.
In honor of this award, COLORS is launching a new series of aid projects in Southern Africa that will begin January 25, 2008. Sunyata Choyce and other volunteers will be on the ground in Southern Africa conducting projects:
- Aiding vulnerable children & AIDS orphans through the distribution of essentials such as: School supplies, dental
supplies basic medical aid & food.
- Bringing water wells & pumps to villages & care pointsthat need them.
- Conducting educational programs about sanitation & safedrinking water.
- Educational workshops & children’s activities.
Project COLORS International is a youth led organization that conducts direct and effective hands-on initiatives, aimed at combating local poverty and malnutrition, as well as projects emphasizing the importance of basic health, education and sanitation throughout communities and children’s homes in the developing world.
To learn more visit www.projectcolors.com
For more information or to schedule and interview with Sunyata Choyce please contact COLORS International at (902) 440-4990 or firstname.lastname@example.org