©1994 Carolyn Gantner
WONDERING HOW WE SPEND $10,000?
63% OF OUR BUDGET GOES DIRECTLY TO THE PEOPLE OF ARCATAO. THIS INCLUDES:
scholarships for two students to attend the University of Central America in San Salvador. With your financial support, our goal is to increase this amount to support a third scholarship student.
support for projects at the Historical Memory Museum
reforestation efforts, including 300 new trees planted this year around Arcatao
grants to a local community radio station, Radio Sumpul
funds for the UW-Arcatao Mental Health Project.
organizing costs — i.e. photocopies, travel to regional meetings, food and drink for meetings, money to keep the lights on.
16% OF OUR BUDGET GOES TO THE
CHALATE ARTS PROJECT
We buy embroidery from the Embroidery Cooperativa in Arcatao and jewelry, wooden crafts and other items from the Centro de Intercambio y Solidaridad (CIS) in San Salvador. All these pieces are fair trade and we sell them at holidays fairs in Madison. For the women in the embroidery coop in Arcatao, this project is their major source of cash.
14% OF OUR BUDGET GOEST TO MASCP’s CONTRIBUTION TO STAFF SALARIES
Two full-time staff members in San Salvador
one part-time coordinator in the United States
We are part of a network of 16 other US-El Salvador Sister Cities who all contribute to paying for these important positions.
7% OF OUR BUDGET GOES TO
MASCP is powered by volunteers, but there are some things we need to pay for. This includes: a post office box, tax preparation, and website and email management.
“WE WANT TO THANK
YOU VERY MUCH FOR MADISON’S FUNDS.
IT MEANS A LOT TO US.
YOU HELP US IN SUCH
A SIGNIFICANT WAY.”
- MARCO TULIO, MEMBER OF THE JUNTA
DIRECTIVA IN ARCATAO
LET’S KEEP THE HELP FLOWING.
If you would like to donate via check, please send it to:
P.O. Box 132
Madison, WI 53701
The Madison Arcatao Sister City Project is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, and contributions are fully tax-deductible for income, gift, and estate taxes, as permitted by US tax law.