Trust In Education is enlisting your support in promoting the advancement of women’s rights around the world, employing a strategy that has yet to be openly adopted by our government. To sign the online petition, please click here: GENDER EQUALITY PETITION As Hillary Clinton moves out and on, news commentators have recently remarked how she successfully Read more
Please click HERE for TIE’s upcoming speaking engagements.
TIE is selling beautiful Afghan lapis jewelry. Each piece has been improved by our dedicated quality control volunteer, Suzanne Rogge. Suzanne creates her own beautiful jewelry pieces and donates a portion of her profits to TIE and other nonprofit organizations close to her heart. Suzanne did some online research and this is what she discovered; Read more
Please see the latest Bigfork Eagle Newspaper article titled, “A Quest to Educate Afghanistan’s Children” which highlights the role Trust In Education is playing in Afghanistan.
The packing party held four days ago once again demonstrated the strength and depth of TIE’s volunteer base. The call went out and over 100 showed up. We packed 279 large boxes of clothing, blankets, shoes, toys, stuffed animals and Mylar. We also filled plastic buckets with enough rice for 140,000 meals.It was a six hour Read more
Please join us for our next packing party on Sunday, June 10th, 2012! Thanks to the generosity of Stop Hunger Now, we have the use of a very nice warehouse and tens of thousands of rice meals to pack. It also has a bathroom!!!! The warehouse is located at 1567 Alvarado Street, San Leandro, CA 94577, near the Oakland Read more
Budd didn’t want me to post this…but I am going to anyway! Although I might not have a job tomorrow, I think it is very important for our TIE family to hear that Budd was selected as Contra Costa County’s Humanitarian of 2012 by Local Happenings Magazine. I suspect that some of you may have Read more
There is considerable debate among aid organizations regarding what to do with the estimated 35,000 people living in refugee camps in Kabul. They are victims of what one author described as a “pitiless Catch-22 policy” established by international humanitarian aid providers” (click HERE for New York Times article). The World Food program stopped providing food to Read more
Jack Howell, Trust in Education’s Solar Oven Project Director, was featured in an article in Colombia’s University’s Morningside Post. To learn more about the challenges and benefits of solar use worldwide, see the article here.
One of our TIE volunteers, Marie, has won a PTA Reflections award for the video she made for the Afghan children in our programs. In case you missed it: