On October 13th, nine palestinian marathoners will run from Google headquarters in Mountain View, CA, to Apple headquarters in Cupertino, ca to press them add the hundreds of missing Palestinian villages to their maps.
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Heartened to HeaR: Luci Lights are being distributed!
Our second pallet of solar-powered Luci Light have arrived in Gaza! It was received by our Palestinian NGO partner there, the Al Basma Club for the Disabled. The next pallet is bound for the Women's Project Center of Rafah! We are still continuously amazed by this breakthrough- the realization that we can ship donations directly to Palestinian Non-Governmental Organizations in Gaza, which is something no one had known about previously. Rolling blackouts now last 20 hours every day in Gaza. This project is more important than ever before. In April, we delivered our first pallet of solar-powered Luci lights to the three NGO's, and Donna Baranski-Walker, Executive Director of Rebuilding Alliance was there in Gaza, helping them distribute to children in need and their families. Read more.
Rebuilding Alliance is dedicated to rebuilding war-torn communities and bringing the world together to make them safe. We start by partnering with Palestinian communities to help them rebuild, working with Palestinian and Israeli Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO’s), and mobilizing support in the United States to keep the communities standing. We believe construction is the best response to destruction, that rebuilding projects ease trauma, build trust, strengthen peacemakers, advance law, and press officials forward in tangible ways. Since 2003, Rebuilding Alliance has been amplifying the voices of peacemakers and their communities. Together we are becoming a significant voice for village-centered rebuilding and human rights. If this matters to you, please join us as a member and a donor.More News From Rebuilding Alliance:
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Will an all-green building to house the businesses of the Rural Women's Association help keep the bulldozers out of Al Aqaba? We think so! The local women are savvy leaders! They oversee a kindergarten, guesthouse, sewing co-op, and factories for cheese and tea. A Palestinian architect and Australian designers have plans in hand for a community hall, country kitchen and restaurant. Help build an environmentalist's dream space for Al Aqaba Village and the surrounding community to work and socialize.