We have almost reached our fundraising goal for Camp GLOW 2018! In a final effort to encourage donations, this year’s co-directors Maura and Kate share a few of the many reasons why donating to camp is worthwhile. All money raised … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why You Should Donate to Camp GLOW: A Message from the Co-directors
This is a guest post by Ricky Planas, a CHACA 2017 Counselor. I had the recent opportunity to be a counselor at Camp CHACA, an experience that reshaped my attitude, opinions, and my Peace Corps service. I was one of the … Continue reading Reflections of My First Camp
In January, I was a co-director for GAD’s girls camp, Camp GLOW. The benefits of this camp are plain to see; in a world where women … Continue reading Why Camp CHACA is Important in Nicaragua: DONATE NOW!
This is a guest post by Laura Linde, a Camp CHACA 2016 counselor. As a counselor at Camp CHACA, watching 52 chavalos/boys grow and change into caballeros/gentlemen in the span of five days was incredibly powerful. Two of … Continue reading Interview with a CHACA Participant
We have some terrific news: This month, GAD Nicaragua is partnering with the Global Orphanage Foundation to host our first ever Campamento Mi Momento – a sister camp to GLOW for young women from orphanages across Nicaragua. It will be the … Continue reading Introducing Campamento Mi Momento
Dear Fellow PCVs, WHAT & WHEN: Peace Corps Gender and Development (GAD) Committee will be holding the 2nd Annual Camp CHACA (“De Chaválos a Caballeros”) in the Tisey Reserve, south of Esteli from July 2nd to 6th, 2016 at Eco … Continue reading Attention Nica PCVs: CHACA 2016 Camper Applications Due May 15th!
When the grant goes online (so soon!), you can donate online and help make Camp GLOW 2016 a reality for girls in Nicaragua. But what if you don’t have much to donate yourself? You can still greatly support Camp GLOW efforts by hosting … Continue reading Power of the Penny – Support Camp GLOW
Because we’re in the season of planning and fundraising for Camp GLOW, I wanted to reach out to fellow Peace Corps Volunteers who also participate in … Continue reading GLOW in Ethiopia: An RPCV Interview