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Hand-made African Quilts: Support Education!

My Dearest Supporters,

Some of you have been supporting me over the course of the past two years
through out my journey in Cameroon, West Africa. Some of you I have come to
know in this chapter of my life. I firstly want to say THANK YOU!! You all
have your own way of making a difference! But I have just another
opportunity for you, your friends and family…

Before I left Cameroon (in June!), I promised to raise funds through the
sales of 4 quilts that were hand-made by some Muslim women groups who,
through this project, are able to send their children to school. Many of
these women don’t ever leave the house in respect for their religion, and so
this is their only source of income. Another volunteer by the name of Abba
Greenleaf is the coordinator of the quilt project, and I am just the most
horrible person for not working my butt off to sell these sooner so that I
can get some funds into the hands of the women who need it very much! So I
am praying that some of you will help support! 🙂

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The following lovely hand-made African quilts are available for purchase:
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#25 (Small tulips with pink) – $ 29.99

#21 (Small squares) – $ 39.99

#17 (Medium size) – $ 44.99

#16 (Big light blue) – $ 74.99

Please reserve your own while they last! Let me know which one you want and
I will arrange the rest. If nothing else, I hope that you will forward these
to those you think may be interested. I really hope that you can see the
beautiful detail from these photos. What wonderful Christmas gifts these
would make too!! 🙂

PEACE be with you!

MEFEU NAPSEU Tara L. Smith
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer
Bare, Cameroon
2007-2009

Mlle.Tara.Smith@gmail.com

About Tara

Tara received her degree in French and Communications before jetting off to serve Cameroon for 2 years with the Peace Corps. She has forever since been inspired to serve in humanitarian projects around the world. She's a writer, tour guide, business owner, property manager, wifey, dog mom, and traveler. Tara lives in Dallas, Texas, where she's happily married to the tech genius who keeps her website pretty.