MAP Alchemy BLOG
The Alchemy Blog contains stories and reports that show your contributions in action. Here, we'll be looking at both national and international impact data. Check in for the latest news on MAP Celebrity Alums such as the progressive Doch Chkae band birthed in the Music Program at our MAP school in Cambodia.
MAP continues it’s support of children and families affected by last years floods in Lorestan, Golestan, Khuzestan, Fars and more
MAP continues it’s support of children and families affected by last years floods in Lorestan, Golestan, Khuzestan, Fars and more By Daniel JudgeFebruary 21st 2020 Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Repeated coastal and river surges, along with torrential rains, resulted in widespread flash flooding across over 80% of Iran’s provinces, in March
MAP Cambodia Music Wellness Program Receives Grant from Cambodian Children’s Fund By Vanntin HoeurnFebruary 13th 2020 Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin MAP Cambodia’s teenage band, Doch Chkae is off to a good start in 2020. The band received an artist grant from the Cambodian Children’s Fund (CCF) in late January. The grant,
Map Provides Computers for Tech Education in India By Daniel Judge February 7th 2020 Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin In an era of technology, no tool is more useful for teaching and guiding children than access to computers, and their vast potential to aid in personal and professional growth. The Tech industry, worldwide,
IRAN FLOOD RELIEF JANUARY 2020 Help bring relief Donate Now Donate Now Heavy rainfall, which started on Jan. 9, caused flash flooding in the southeastern province of Sistan-Baluchestan, Iran. Our team on ground has assessed the damage locally and reported a very high level of dire need with thousand of children and families needing your help and
MAP – A Year in Review 2019 By Delfarib FanaieDecember 27, 2019 Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Dear Friends, Since 2008, Moms Against Poverty (MAP) has positively impacted over 250,000 impoverished children in 14 countries across the globe by providing them with food and basic provisions, healthcare and education as a pathway
MAP in Cambodia – The Year in Review By Vanntin Hoeurn December 20, 2019 Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Thank you all for your kindness and generosity over the years. With your support, there are currently 110 children receiving free education and vocational training at MAP’s school in Cambodia. This school provides
MAP Iran Earthquake 2019 Campaign A car lays smashed by debris from an earthquake in Varankesh village in Eastern Azerbaijan province, some 250 miles (400 kilometers) northwest of the capital Tehran, Iran, Friday, Nov. 8, 2019. The temblor struck Tark county in Iran’s Eastern Azerbaijan province early Friday. (Mohammad Zinali/Tasnim News Agency via AP) Source: CNN.
“The philosophy of Holiday Helping Hand is to become a Secret Santa to underprivileged families through gifts of toys, winter wear and holiday meals. The parents can then give these comforts to their own children, and they can all believe in Santa Clause for one more year.” MAP’s U.S. Reach & blooming the Holiday Helping Hand
MAPCambodia: Our Metal Fairytale By Bobak Bakhtiari & Kid Cooper LevyNovember 4th 2019 Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Since the inception of MAP in Cambodia in 2010, a range of evolutions and program successes have colored it’s history. We’ve advanced our existing MAP school there, from an early successful collaboration with UNICEF to
MAP Holiday Helping Hand Project Bring hope & joy to a child this holiday season You can positively impact the life of an impoverished child in your community this holiday season. Donate Now $20 Gives a gift to a child $30 Gives a blanket to a homeless child $50 Feeds a family GIFT WRAPPING EVENT Sunday
Iran, Permit Renewal, & Your Contributions In Action By Bobak BakhtiariSeptember 4th 2019 Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin In 2019, increased US sanctions left Iranians with less access to fundamental needs, causing 70% inflation, and immensely crippling the economy. To exacerbate the civilian burden, flooding in the Spring caused an estimated $2.2 Billion
As number of families lacking permanent housing increases, Castro Valley Unified builds out a support network As number of families lacking permanent housing increases, Castro Valley Unified builds out a support network Castro Valley July 30, 2019 By Parvin Ahmadi Superintendent Castro Valley Unified School District Donate Now It takes a village to support students and families.