Saturday 28th March 12 noon – 12 midnight
The Square, Millstreet
Please support our Spinners in the square
with donations, beeps or cheers.
We are Spinning for 12 hours to raise funds to travel to Equador with VESA this summer to refurbish schools and teach English to the Naporuna Quichu and indigenous Amazon people whose livelihoods are threatened through, mining, deforestation and polution.
Thank you, Saoirse Mc Mahon and Ann Barber
About VESA: Volunteer Eco Students Abroad is an organization working hand in hand with indigenous village communities to create real and lasting change.
Bringing together working groups of young people and local villagers, we empower you to undertake hands on work for the benefit of these communities, delivering valuable and sustainable infrastructure in the areas of education, sanitation and water supply.
Our aim is to inspire personal growth within you, our volunteer; to harness your work ethic, positive attitude and proactive approach to deliver a completed project when faced with an unfamiliar and testing environment. The outcome will have a profound effect on your outlook of the world as you forge new friendships and acquire unique skills and perspective with regards to the wider world.