Saturday, October 22nd
The evening will include:
PLEASE JOIN THE FRIENDS OF EL PORVENIR FOR THE 15TH ANNUAL NICARAGUAN DINNER!!! ENJOY MUSIC, GREAT FOOD, AND OUR LIVE AND SILENT AUCTION. (suggested donation $20)
Community partners provide life-changing contributions so that Nicaraguan communities can help themselves. Join us today! Contact Theresa Mazza at 720-371-3757 or write to her at email@example.com.
IF YOU LIVE IN THE NASHVILLE AREA YOU’RE INVITED!
El Porvenir invites you to gather with friends for a good old fashion potluck dinner! Come and connect with El Porvenir outreach director Theresa Mazza. Find out more about how El Porvenir has partnered with over 160,000 rural Nicaraguans on clean water projects and an improved quality of life.
When: September 18, 2016
Where: Sozos | 68 Music Square East
Nashville, Tn 37203
Time: 6 pm - 8:30 pm
What to bring: This is a good old fashion potluck. That means someone will bring lasagna, fried chicken, and probably that marshmallow fruit salad stuff. But you bring whatever you want to share with friends. We’ll eat it!
Donations: You are invited to bring a meaningful gift of any amount to help bring clean water to more rural Nicaraguan communities. Every contribution given will be matched, dollar-for-dollar! Double your impact.
RSVP not required but appreciated. Contact Theresa at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 720-371-3757
Join us at the Broomfield Farmers’ Market at Holy Comforter Episcopal Church. El Porvenir will be the featured non-profit on September 13th. Come and see us at the El Porvenir booth.
The Broomfield Farmers’ Market isn’t just a place to shop, it’s a place to enjoy the best Broomfield has to offer on a summer afternoon. Every Tuesday afternoon, our vendors, and our volunteers create a warm, welcoming gathering place where shoppers can find the freshest local produce, the tastiest hand-crafted food items, and can catch up with friends and neighbors while enjoying dinner from a local food truck and listening to live music.
Street Address: 1700 W 10th Ave
Broomfield, CO 80020
The Farmer's Market Mission:
“To create a destination in Broomfield for connecting residents with healthy food and local farmers; and a destination that demonstrates the stewardship commitment of the Episcopal Church of the Holy Comforter.”
On Wednesday, August 24th, members of our staff will be in Seattle to host a gathering of El Porvenir supporters and we invite you to join us.
Here are the details:
Location: The Inkeeper
Address: 2510 1st Ave Seattle, WA 98121
Time: 5-7 pm, Wednesday August 24, 2016
Cash bar, food Available
Rob Bell, El Porvenir's executive director as well as Preston, Theresa and Silvia from our U.S. office will be in attendance and we would be honored by your presence.
Your 'yes' RSVP is greatly appreciated to email@example.com or (720)236-9158. Please feel free to invite friends or family to attend with you.
We will have an update on our new office in Waslala, copies of our hot-off-thepress 2015 Annual Report and more.
Thirteen El Porvenir donors believe so strongly that everyone deserves clean water that they are presenting this challenge:
If we can raise $75,000 between August 1st and September 30, then they will match it. Dollar for dollar.
WILL YOU HELP US MEET THE CHALLENGE?
Big Choice Brewing and El Porvenir will come together on August 1st to launch this challenge. Come and enjoy friends, craft beef, food trucks, and prizes. Big Choice is very family friendly so don't leave the kids at home.
On Aug 1st, Big Choice will donate ALL TIPS to El Porvenir projects.
Make a donation to El Porvenir at this event and double your gift. Every gift will be matched, dollar for dollar as part of our $75,000 Challenge. Contributions will support clean water, sanitation, hygiene and watershed protection projects in Nicaragua.
Big Choice Brewing is proud to call Broomfield home. They opened their doors on May 4, 2012 and have been pouring great beer ever since. We are excited to partner with them on August 1st to provide life-changing contributions so that Nicaraguan communities can help themselves.
Charlotte exudes grace and beauty in her person, her voice, and her music. She has been compared to the likes of Joni Mitchell, Natalie Merchant, Nora Jones, and Tori Amos, but her voice is her own and worthy of recognition.
Charlotte moves from a hearty bout of laughter among friends to an intimate musical conversation between vocals, piano, and her incredible band.
One listener writes: “Time and again, I’ve felt like a personal friend leaning in with my ear ready. In a room filled with hundreds of people, I’ve so often felt like her words were ones I needed to hear.”
Charlotte Sass: singer/keyboard
Jon Powers: Drums
Robin Ruscio: Bass
Joe Mazza: Guitar
Proceeds from this concert will benefit El Porvenir clean water projects in Nicaragua. Find out more about this concert and purchase tickets at www.lannies.com.
SHOWTIME AND TICKETS
Sunday, November 15th at 7pm
Doors open at 6pm
We're going to be in Nashville and we would love to meet you.
Find out more about our organization and how you can partner with us to improve the standard of living of rural Nicaraguans through water, sanitation, health education, and watershed management projects.
Where: Rocketown at 601 Fourth Ave. Nashville, Tn 37210
Date & Time: September 15th @ 9:00 A.M.
RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org
BAGELS AND COFFEE PROVIDED!
Nashville artist are coming together for a special night of music to support clean water. Five great artist, one great cause.
Location: Koinonia Coffee House @ 1000 16th Ave on Music Row in Nashville, Tn.
Time: Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Show starts at 7:00 p.m.
Tickets: Suggested donation starting at $20. Make your donation to support El Porvenir water projects and secure your spot today. Only 100 seats available.
TICKETS: We have limited tickets. Make a donation to clean water and reserve your seats today.
(Once your donation has processed your name will be added to will call and you will receive a confirmation email within one business day)
You hike a 14er with the '54 on August 8th, two families in Nicaragua get clean water. Are you up for the challenge?
Date: August 8, 2015
Cost of Registration: $50 (goes toward your campaign)
Minimum Campaign Goal: There is no minimum campaign goal, but the more you raise the more we can help people get clean water!
*Pick your 14er and register at mob.secondmilewater.org/co54
The Colorado 54 is a one-day outdoor adventure event taking place on August 8, 2015. Through the event, we hope to have hikers like you – over 500 men and women – hit the 14er trailheads with us, climbing to bring people in the developing world access to clean drinking water. Each participant will attempt to climb one 14er with their Summit Team, and the goal of the event is for the entire group to collectively climb all 54 of these peaks within a 24 hour period. The fundraising goal of The ’54 is to provide access to clean water to over a thousand families in need in Nicaragua by mobilizing the outdoor community to social action via this massive crowdfunding campaign. It’s poised to be one of the biggest mountain events in Colorado history, and we’d love for you to be a part of it!
Spotlighting women’s voices and actions for a better world
The Women's Foundation of Colorado is pleased to partner with Women Powering Change to co-host the Women Powering Change 2015 convening this summer. Join the conversation and find your place in accelerating social change locally and globally.
Registration is now open!
For those interested in attending as individuals click here to register today.
July 9th, 2015 4:00 - 7:00 p.m.
1399 35th St
Denver, CO 80205
El Porvenir will be in attendance as an exhibitor. Please stop by and see us. View the list of all exhibiting organizations here.
Around the world there is steady pulse of women working passionately to create change. In every country these women are stepping up and speaking out against our world’s most pressing problems – including human rights, environmental sustainability, and social justice. In the space between their actions lies an opportunity for collective impact.
This July, step into that space and join more than 100 organizations at Women Powering Change 2015 to connect with innovative leaders, inspire collective impact and accelerate action for social change. This one-day event is designed to catalyze collaboration between women working to create a better world, locally and globally. Ideas will be shared across sectors, inspiration sparked from one another’s stories, and resources connected to extend your reach and grow your impact.
Enjoy an open forum to connect with engaged women and hear a talk by Ambassador Swanee Hunt, visionary, philanthropist, and co-founder of The Women’s Foundation of Colorado.
Questions? Email email@example.com
Hang out with friends and do good!
Enjoy food & beverages, jams, a piñata, and the opportunity to learn about and support the great work of El Porvenir. Food by grillmaster Alex Saldaña.
For more information contact Jenna at firstname.lastname@example.org
or Theresa at email@example.com.
You are invited to join us on Thursday, April 9th, for an evening with El Porvenir hosted by board members Liz Specht and Leslie Moulton. Enjoy music and an evening with friends. Learn about the incredible work El Porvenir is doing to improve the standard of living in rural Nicaragua through clean water projects.
For more information please contact Liz Specht at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Mission: To partner with local youth to provide communities in rural Nicaragua access to clean water and an improved standard of living.
The Challenge: Students will collect loose change through March 15th. Collections/gifts of change will be submitted to their youth leaders on March 15th. The total amount collected through this collaborative mission will be announced on March 22nd. #changematters
The Event: On March 22nd, from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm, youth groups and youth organizations are invited to celebrate the spirit of giving at Flatirons Community Church. This will be a night of music, laughter, inspiration, and celebration.
If you have a youth group or youth organization that would like to participate in this mission and event, please contact Theresa Mazza at 720.371.3757
Join us for the 3rd Annual Colorado Wash Symposium
Registration: FREE REGISTER NOW!
In 2012, a small interdisciplinary group of students interested in issues in the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sector applied for a small Engineering Excellence Fund grant to support a panel discussion on WASH. With their enthusiasm, the panel discussion grew to a two-day symposium with speakers from the World Bank, FHI 360, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and host of local businesses and NGOs engaged in WASH activities. The event attracted over 140 participants, from different backgrounds and disciplines, and fostered provocative debate and collaboration between important players within the WASH sector.
Rotary District 5450 Presents the 3rd Annual One-Day Water Conference
Mark your calendar for this one-day event exploring 3 tracks: health & hygiene, large water projects & economic enterprise, surface run-off and flood recovery with experts in the field.
Registration Opens: 7:30 AM. $50 to attend. Register online at www.rotary5450.org
Location: RRCC Environmental Training Center.
Work Trip: Project to be announced
Join us for a unique opportunity to meet the El Porvenir Board of Directors!
Saturday, October 18, 2014 at 6PM
The home of Phil Dunn
R.S.V.P. at 303.861.1499 or email@example.com as space is limited
United Methodist Primetimers open work trip.
Please contact Jo Buescher at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details or to sign up!
We invite you to join a discussion with El Porvenir’s Executive Director Rob Bell and Board member Gaby Tinoco by phone and/or internet to discuss sustainable development vs. disaster relief.
Disasters happen. Immediate relief is needed. But what about the ongoing water and sanitation crises that kill thousands every day? Sustainable development is needed to end them. Join this call to learn more about El Porvenir’s development work in rural Nicaragua.
Sustainable Development Vs. Disaster Relief
Wednesday, September 24, 12:30PM-1:30PM MST
Dial-in number: 559-546-1200
Meeting ID: 421-469-445
Meeting link (optional): http://www.FreeScreenSharing.com/meetings/421-469-445
Please R.S.V.P. at email@example.com or 303.861.1499 as the number of callers is limited.
We look forward to connecting with you!
Join the Colorado Friends of El Porvenir for their 13th Annual Benefit Dinner!
Saturday, September 20, 2014 at 6:30PM
St. Ignatius Loyola Catholic Church 2301 York St. Denver, CO 80205
Suggested donation: $20
R.S.V.P. at 303.861.1499 or firstname.lastname@example.org
R.S.V.P. is not required, although greatly appreciated
Please join us and celebrate clean water!
Saturday, September 6, 2014 at 6PM
Union Editorial 12200 W. Olympic Blvd. Suite 140 Los Angeles, CA 90064
The evening will include:
- Live music by up and coming artist Phoebe Bridgers
- Live and silent auctions
- Food and drinks
Please R.S.V.P. to Trudy Perry at email@example.com
Columbine United Church is hosting an extravaganza to support El Porvenir's reforestation efforts!
Their goal is to raise $5,000 so 5,000 trees may be planted and nurtured in rural Nicaragua.
Saturday, August 23, 2014 from 6-9PM
Columbine United Church 6375 S. Platte Canyon Rd. Littleton, CO 80123
Join us for a fun evening including:
- Taco and desserts bars
- Silent auction
- Variety show with singers, comedians, and magicians!
Tickets will be available at the Columbine United Church's office on weekdays for a suggested donation of $15 each.
Tickets sold at the door on August 23 will be $20.