Over 60 dedicated volunteers help create the vision of AidJoy.
Photographers, web developers, journalists, graphic designers, and politicians unite as humanitarians to deliver the message of AidJoy. Being a volunteer isn’t the only way to help- share one of our blog posts, or “retweet” to your Twitter followers!
Increased awareness of our mission helps spread the message of our current project, Project Amazonas (http://www.projectamazonas.org/), as we travel to Peru next month to document the need for healthcare and resources in the Amazon.
Please, help us reach our $30,000 goal for March.
To help, click on the “Give” button at the bottom of https://www.aidjoy.org/digital-gift.html
- We’re happy to provide you with an itemized expense sheet, just ask.
FACT: The Amazon covers 2.5 million miles, about the size of the USA west of the Mississippi.
FACT: Right now 75% of the Peruvian Amazon is open to oil exploration and extraction.
AidJoy’s documentary journalism is a radical action. Radical enough to stop 75% percent of this rainforest from becoming a larger version of the Rio Corrientes.
Our work is made possible through individual contributions. We have $45,000 left to raise. Every donation, regardless of size, is greatly appreciated.