Green Tara Project has big dreams for practical results in disrupting and defeating human trafficking. Your donation is making these dreams a reality.We are a small 501(c)(3) certified charitable organization. Every penny donated by generous donors so far has gone directly to teach over 270 young women and girls to date.
There are a number of ways you can donate:
1. Give a contribution through PayPal.
2. Send a check or money order, made payable to “Green Tara Project” and including the EIN# 45-3719011, to one of the following:
Green Tara Project, 14 Hickory Road, Oakwood Hills, IL 60013, OR- Green Tara Project, c/o Harris Bank, 122 West Main Street, Cary, IL 60013 Attn: Tammy Suwanski
3. Donate skills and items, and express your interest, by emailing: email@example.com. Currently, Green Tara is in need of:
- People who can translate from English to Hindi
- People who can illustrate
- People who have fundraising experience
- Portable martial arts equipment (pads, gloves), new or used (if ‘used’, gentle wear items only, no stuffing busting out of seams)
Green Tara is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Its EIN# is 45-3719011. Your contribution is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. No goods or services were provided in exchange for your financial donation.
In 2012, your donation will be used to:
- Provide Hands-on Self Defense Training
- Send a self defense and karate teacher to Nepal and India to work with hundreds of at-risk women and children. Our goal is 300 girls trained in 2012; our April trip put us at 122 girls trained with another 178 to go. Help us reach our goal!
- Predator Identification and Self Confidence Building Materials. During our 2010 trip, we saw that there was a lack of basic “stranger danger” awareness, as well as ‘soft skill’ building (healthy boundaries; conflict resolution; self empowerment). We’ve developed materials, in English, but need to have them translated. Additionally, many at-risk women and children are uneducated, so we will have an illustrator illustrate the materials to make these materials accessible to everyone.