Friday, February 27, 2015

Stacey Monk, Co-Founder Epic Change raised over $200,000 for school in Tanzania

A few nice host image images I found:


Stacey Monk, Co-Founder Epic Change raised over 0,000 for school in Tanzania
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Image by Fifth World Art
Epic Change with Epic Thanks is an example of social media being used to raise over 0,000 to build a locally led primary school in Arusha, Tanzania. Shepherds Junior is a small pre- and primary school has grown to over 500 students and leads Tanzania in test scores.

EpicChange.org brought Mama Lucy and two students from Tanzania to share their story on Tuesday, 15 November. The circle was hosted by Pastor - Jeanette Sherrill at Trinity United Church of Christ - Saint Petersburg, FL. Cate Colgan, @CateTV, invited me to attend the meet and greet. I was blown away by all the stories! While there, I also met twitter friend Lee Sollivan, @purrfectlee, for the first time and her husband, Gil Gonzalez, @danaCreative. Cate shot video and shares her excitement on Youtube.

Lucy "Mama Lucy" Kampton used income from her poultry business to rent land for the school. Then she met Stacy and Sanjay who fell in love with the people and school. They started an online donation program, whose contributions allowed Mama Lucy to buy the land and build the school.

What started as a dream became reality and grew from six students to over 500. They now lead Tanzania in test scores. The students use social media and are known as TwitterKids of Tanzania who tweet & write tumblr blogs!

If you haven’t already, register to participate in Epic Thanks!.

EpicChange :
Web Site - epicthanks.org
Facebook - EpicChange
Great Article - Stacey Monk, CEO and Co-Founder of Epic Change and Tweetsgiving

EPIC CHANGE:
1. Stacey Monk, Co-Founder:
Twitter: @staceymonk
Facebook: StaceyMonk
2. Sanjay Patel, Co-Founder:
Twitter - @sanjspatel
3. Mama Lucy - founder/builder of Shepards School:
Twitter - @MamaLucy

Students:
1. Leah Albert - wants to be pediatrician and first woman president of Tanzania.
Twitter - @leah_albert
2. Gideon Gidori - wants to be first astronaut from Africa - loves photography, space and elephants.
Twitter - @gideon_gidori

Full article was posted on Fifth World Art's Web site:
Epic Thanks visits St Petersburg, Florida on 15 Nov 2011.

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Leah Albert, Shepherds Junior School, at Epic Change
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Image by Fifth World Art
Epic Change with Epic Thanks is an example of social media being used to raise over 0,000 to build a locally led primary school in Arusha, Tanzania. Shepherds Junior is a small pre- and primary school has grown to over 500 students and leads Tanzania in test scores.

EpicChange.org brought Mama Lucy and two students from Tanzania to share their story on Tuesday, 15 November. The circle was hosted by Pastor - Jeanette Sherrill at Trinity United Church of Christ - Saint Petersburg, FL. Cate Colgan, @CateTV, invited me to attend the meet and greet. I was blown away by all the stories! While there, I also met twitter friend Lee Sollivan, @purrfectlee, for the first time and her husband, Gil Gonzalez, @danaCreative. Cate shot video and shares her excitement on Youtube.

Lucy "Mama Lucy" Kampton used income from her poultry business to rent land for the school. Then she met Stacy and Sanjay who fell in love with the people and school. They started an online donation program, whose contributions allowed Mama Lucy to buy the land and build the school.

What started as a dream became reality and grew from six students to over 500. They now lead Tanzania in test scores. The students use social media and are known as TwitterKids of Tanzania who tweet & write tumblr blogs!

If you haven’t already, register to participate in Epic Thanks!.

EpicChange :
Web Site - epicthanks.org
Facebook - EpicChange
Great Article - Stacey Monk, CEO and Co-Founder of Epic Change and Tweetsgiving

EPIC CHANGE:
1. Stacey Monk, Co-Founder:
Twitter: @staceymonk
Facebook: StaceyMonk
2. Sanjay Patel, Co-Founder:
Twitter - @sanjspatel
3. Mama Lucy - founder/builder of Shepards School:
Twitter - @MamaLucy

Students:
1. Leah Albert - wants to be pediatrician and first woman president of Tanzania.
Twitter - @leah_albert
2. Gideon Gidori - wants to be first astronaut from Africa - loves photography, space and elephants.
Twitter - @gideon_gidori

Full article was posted on Fifth World Art's Web site:
Epic Thanks visits St Petersburg, Florida on 15 Nov 2011.

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Lucy "Mama Lucy" Kampton
host image
Image by Fifth World Art
Epic Change with Epic Thanks is an example of social media being used to raise over 0,000 to build a locally led primary school in Arusha, Tanzania. Shepherds Junior is a small pre- and primary school has grown to over 500 students and leads Tanzania in test scores.

EpicChange.org brought Mama Lucy and two students from Tanzania to share their story on Tuesday, 15 November. The circle was hosted by Pastor - Jeanette Sherrill at Trinity United Church of Christ - Saint Petersburg, FL. Cate Colgan, @CateTV, invited me to attend the meet and greet. I was blown away by all the stories! While there, I also met twitter friend Lee Sollivan, @purrfectlee, for the first time and her husband, Gil Gonzalez, @danaCreative. Cate shot video and shares her excitement on Youtube.

Lucy "Mama Lucy" Kampton used income from her poultry business to rent land for the school. Then she met Stacy and Sanjay who fell in love with the people and school. They started an online donation program, whose contributions allowed Mama Lucy to buy the land and build the school.

What started as a dream became reality and grew from six students to over 500. They now lead Tanzania in test scores. The students use social media and are known as TwitterKids of Tanzania who tweet & write tumblr blogs!

If you haven’t already, register to participate in Epic Thanks!.

EpicChange :
Web Site - epicthanks.org
Facebook - EpicChange
Great Article - Stacey Monk, CEO and Co-Founder of Epic Change and Tweetsgiving

EPIC CHANGE:
1. Stacey Monk, Co-Founder:
Twitter: @staceymonk
Facebook: StaceyMonk
2. Sanjay Patel, Co-Founder:
Twitter - @sanjspatel
3. Mama Lucy - founder/builder of Shepards School:
Twitter - @MamaLucy

Students:
1. Leah Albert - wants to be pediatrician and first woman president of Tanzania.
Twitter - @leah_albert
2. Gideon Gidori - wants to be first astronaut from Africa - loves photography, space and elephants.
Twitter - @gideon_gidori

Full article was posted on Fifth World Art's Web site:
Epic Thanks visits St Petersburg, Florida on 15 Nov 2011.

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