Sunday, December 7, 2008

Globally Minded Works

Globally Minded Works
helps Mayan families in the Highlands of Guatemala rise above poverty through charitable and educational development.

Read our
blog or support our projects here.

Kat Vaughan
(MBA), founder and President, launched Globally Minded Works after living and serving in Guatemala for three years. She launched a non-profit internet cafe/technology center and directed a middle school, both around Lake Atitlan, in the Highlands of Guatemala. Kat also launched Globally Minded, a fair trade, eco-friendly jewelry business to help support Mayan artisans in Guatemala.

Making a Difference, one child, one teacher, one school at a time.

Globally Minded Works is looking for people to help us accomplish a myriad of tasks to help the Guatemalan people. If you are willing and committed, we welcome your arms and legs to do great works in Guatemala and for the people of Guatemala.

Globally Minded Works is committed to helping families in Guatemala obtain access to fresh water through affordable and portable water filters. A water filter costs approximately $35.00 and includes the manufacturing, testing, delivery and education for the family so they know how to use it. The water filter will last 3-6 years, depending upon usage.

We are committed to empowering the poor in Guatemala. Join us!

Donate $35.00 and help a family get clean water today. DONATE

Source: globallymindedworks.org

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Panajachel, Lake Atitlan, Guatemala

Panajachel, Lake Atitlan, Guatemala
View of Lake Atitlan and volcano from my apartment balcony in Panajachel. Taken by Catherine Todd June 2008.