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Tuesday, Nov. 29 is Giving Tuesday. Please support CACE's work with native...

November 28, 2016

Tuesday, Nov. 29 is Giving Tuesday. Please support CACE's work with native communities in the Peruvian Amazon with a donation to us at: www.AmazonAlive.net. The Gates Foundation will provide a 50% match to online donations made through GlobalGiving as long as matching funds last. The clock starts at 12:01 am so please donate early to multiply your support. This photo is Loidi - daughter of the artisan Doris Nashnato from the village of San Francisco on the Maranon River in Loreto, Peru. CACE has begun working with artisans from this community to increase the diversity, volume and quality of their crafts.




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