Monthly Archive for: ‘September, 2012’

  • VIDA Sponsor: Sustainable Earth Solutions

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    Meet a corporate sponsor We would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to one of our corporate sponsors and tell you a little about our upcoming work together. Dave Bauer and our friends at Sustainable Earth Solutions, joined our VIDA team in Buffalo last month. The SES …

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  • Humanitarian Projects: News from Cameroon

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    Our centers in Cameroon and India continue to grow as we work to raise funds for VIDA, to expand our efforts in Mexico. Here is some inspiring news from our humanitarian project site in Kumbo, Cameroon. Electrician’s Course: First Graduating Class The Himalayan Institute Cameroon …

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  • Announcing VIDA to Honesdale!

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    Many thanks to the Honesdale community and HI guests and residents who attended last night’s Fiesta Benefit for VIDA at the Himalayan Institute! Also, congratulations to the support team who pulled it off behind the scenes. This dinner event raised the funds necessary to sponsor 40 people in …

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  • Buffalo for Mexico

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    Big Thank-you to Himalayan Institute Buffalo and the community in Buffalo, NY who supported VIDA at the Mexican-themed benefit dinner last weekend! Special thanks goes to the dynamic Amanda and John and Himalayan Institute Buffalo who sponsored the event, provided the space, food and supplies. They even …

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  • Are you ready to Activate?

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    There are infinite ways to join our team to help us spread the word about our work in Mexico and to help raise funds for VIDA. We would like to introduce you to a new resources page which we’ve developed to help you organize and promote VIDA …

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  • 3 Authentic Mexican Recipes!

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    One of the best parts about supporting the VIDA project is being invited into the homes of rural Totonacos to sample traditional cuisine.  Before the adoption of industrial agriculture and mono-cropping began in the eighties, fruit and vegetable crops from the region were no more …

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