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First Annual #Spin4Darfur a Success!

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Thank you Riders and Spinners for making our First Annual Tour de Goz Amer a success and fun! Because of your efforts, we’ve raised more than $2,000 dollars for early childhood education in the refugee camps, and more support continues to come in. What this means is more children will now have the opportunity to attend a safe space, learn through play, and heal from trauma. It means you’ve helped create a ripple in the refugee camp community based on peace, helping, and sharing. And it means that you’re helping us, i-ACT, promote the need and importance of early childhood education programs in refugee camps to the global community. 

However the Tour is not over yet! We’ve got another great event taking place as part of the Tour de Goz Amer on Saturday, December 6th. FitOn Studios in Manhattan Beach is partnering with i-ACT for a Special Cycling and Community Event to benefit Little Ripples. If you’re in the Los Angeles area, be part of the power of shared energy! The event will take place at 2pm for an Indoor Cycling Class. After the ride, you can hang around for juice, wine, snacks, holiday gift shopping, and raffle.

Every registered rider receives 1 raffle ticket and anyone can purchase them for $5/ticket. There will be a minimum $20 donation per indoor cycler ($20 supports 1 LR student for a month at our school). 

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If you’d like to partner with us to host a Tour event or you’d still like to JOIN THE TOUR as an individual or with family and friends – please do! Its never too late to spin your wheels for peace. Your efforts will be felt by the children, teachers, and mothers of Little Ripples. 


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Sara-Christine Dallain

Sara-Christine Dallain holds a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Hawaii at Manoa and a Masters in Public Health from the University of California, Los Angeles. Through her previous work with Direct Relief; Réseau Africain d’Education pour la Santé (RAES) in Senegal, Africa; and Board Member of Chad Relief Foundation; Dallain brings on-the-ground insight and experience in program design, evaluation, and implementation for health and education projects in sub-Saharan Africa. As i-ACT Director of Programs, she manages the development, implementation, and evaluation of i-ACT programs in refugee camps, serves as the organization’s primary grant writer, contributes greatly to social media and marketing content, collaborates with and oversees program volunteers, and supports i-ACT development and fundraising initiatives. Dallain has been working in both southern and eastern Chad refugee camps since 2011, and is one of the staff members regularly traveling to eastern Chad refugee camps and global conferences.

 

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