The Pulsera Project Prize Drawing Winner
We asked you to join us on our journey and you did!
50 schools participated! Your involvement in this social cause has brought about a significant effect, and we are proud of you! With an estimate of 250 pulseras sold per school, you have contributed about $60,000. This translates into 7 years’ worth of funding of fair trade employment for nearly 200 artisans and their families.
Congratulations to our well-deserved winner, Rosemary Marchak from NJ! You just won $1,000 worth of Spanish Resources for your school. The best part is you get to choose exactly what you need out of the multitude of options available!
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