Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Buy an ‘Embracelet’ and Support Rural Cambodian Women and Children

100% of your ‘Embracelet’ purchase goes towards funding educational supplies and programs for women and their childre. To order your hand-woven ‘Embracelet’, call Lisa McCoy at 705-687-8538, or email at . ‘Embracelets’ are also available by mail order, and will be shipped by Canada Post – the most economical choice. Most ‘Embracelets’ fit in a letter-size envelope. Please add the cost of shipping from Canada to your total. Prices are listed below. Cheques are made out to ‘Lisa McCoy’ – please write ‘Embracelets’ in the memo field, and send to:

‘Embracelets For Books’, Box 53, Gravenhurst, Ontario, Canada, P1P 1T5

Shipping Costs for each Embracelet:

Within Canada -- $0.60
To U.S.A. -- $1.10
International -- $2.00
If you wish, please specify a color or color combination preference.

Thank you for helping the women and children of Cambodia realize and embrace their educational dreams!

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Lisa McCoy is a Rotarian from Gravenhurst, Ontario. She worked 23 years in the Public Library field. After having extensively traveled around the world, she decided to give worth and meaning to her travels by volunteering her efforts in aid of those less fortunate than herself; particularly the children and landmine survivors of Cambodia and the refugees of Burma. Lisa participated in disaster relief efforts in the aftermaths of the 2004 Boxing Day Tsunami, Cyclone Nargis on the Thai-Burma border and Typhoon Ketsana in Cambodia. She is the executive director of the Canadian non-profit organization ‘A Mine Free World Foundation’. In 2009, she spent 6 months in Cambodia where she attended the grand opening of The ‘Muskoka School’; a 6-room rural school funded by the citizens and Rotary Clubs of Muskoka. She is the Field Coordinator for Rotary Wheels for Learning - an international program of the Rotary Club of Gravenhurst, Ontario, Canada, District 7010. In the past 2 years, close to 2,000 bicycles have been distributed to needy students in Cambodia.