Ecuadoran schools need your agency's help


Give the gift of education this holiday season. People Helping People Disaster Relief, a group founded by executive recruiter Bonnie Lunt and supported by ad-industry execs like 4A's CEO Nancy Hill, builds schools and medical facilities in Azama, Ecuador. Now in its 17th year, PHP can barely keep up with the area's educational needs: Some 15,000 kids were turned away from schools last year because of the lack of classrooms. PHPDR is preparing for its next round of building and needs a pro bono agency to help with fundraising efforts. If you're interested, give Bonnie a call at (212) 545-0363 or e-mail her at lunt.bonnie [at] gmail [dot] com. You can also buy a building brick or give one for a Christmas gift for $20 by going to


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