Project Safety Nets Responds To The Needs Of The Community
When our last missions trip was abruptly interrupted by COVID 19, we had no doubt the our work would be continued. Since leaving Senegal, Project Safety Nets has employed women for the local association to make masks for the community. This weekend, the PSN Youth Advisory Council, the Youth Mayor, the Jappalante Women, and our Regional Director, Mayssa Ndiaye took to the streets of the community of Diorga to distribute hundreds of face masks. Mayor Omar Mane sent his gratitude and blessings.
Thank you to everyone who helped to make this possible for us to continue to serve the community during this critical time. We are still raising funds (less than $1 each)to continue to help these women provide for their families. Your tax deductible gift can help us make this happen. Please send your donation to cash.me/$ProjectSafetyNets. Drop your email address in the memo to get your receipt.
The Japplante women work as liaisons between the clinics and families, offering health education and conducting wellness check ups from home to home.
We have partnered with the Japplante Women to start the sanitation project in their community. With financial and educational support from PSN they have also established and is maintaining a chicken farm. We will continue to work with them to realize their dream of building a skill center, which will promote intergenerational learning, health and wellness, economic development to create sustainable living.
Here at Project Safety Nets, we are committed to a single goal; we strive to make the world a better place. Explore our website to learn more about all about how we are accomplishing this goal.
Project Safety Nets is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping individuals in developing communities create sustainable lifestyles through education, health, and economic development. We help our volunteers to find purpose, our recipients to thrive in spite of their challenge, while developing meaningful relationships and authentic cultural connections.
WHAT WE DO
Inspiring people to create sustainable lifestyles is essential to preserving their dignity.
We inspire people to believe in themselves and the power to change their lives.
THE PEOPLE, THE CULTURE,
Thank you for your interest in supporting Project Safety Nets. We have been supporting the underserved population of Senegal, West Africa for over 13 years. Early on in our work, we came to realize that many people take for granted the ability to obtain the basic necessities in life.
As we prepare for our next mission trips in February and March 2022, we are looking for people and/or organizations who are willing to collaborate with Project Safety Nets. Many residents of Senegal have been impacted and lives have been saved through Project Safety Nets (http://projectsafetynets.org/). We expect this upcoming year to be just as phenomenal.
For further information, please contact us at 763-228-9757 or email us at email@example.com or visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/projectsafetynets/. Every contribution does make a difference. Thank you and may God continue to bless you.
Directions: We are requesting that donated items are clean, in good working condition, and have more than a 9 month expiration date. Absolutely no personal prescription medicine will be accepted. Sealed and tampered proof, over the counter medicine/vitamins are acceptable. Monetary donations are welcome and will also be used to defray shipping costs. Donations can be made at www.paypal.me/projectsafetynets or at www.cash.me/$PSNSenegal. Please feel free to display this list and share it.
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“A life not lived for others is not a life.” - Mother Theresa