On behalf of Damanga, I am pleased to announce our heroes and supporters whom remain committed even as we are all struggling through the economic recession. We are able to continue moving forward only because of your generous support, advocating for the rights of those in Darfur who have face annihilation and destruction in their homeland.
Our thanks and gratitude go out to all those who remained supportive to our cause in Darfur, and especially to those who took the initiative to respond immediately to rescue Damanga from collapse. They helped with thoughts, advice, ideas, funding and even a room to lift Damanga from a burden of rent for awhile. They keep our struggle alive (allowing us most recently to supply chairs and desks for a refugee camp school in Darfur). I would like to give special thanks to the following:
* Annonymous Donor (Donated the amount of $15,000)
* Refugees International (Donated office space for Damanga free of charge)
* Gina Barbone
* Martha Boshnick
* Andrew Brehm
* Dr. Howard Chudler
* Logan Coleman
* Actress Mia Farrow
* Jerry Fennings
* Eric Frenkil
* Dr. Charles Jacob
* Lis Kidder
* Sara Kornfield
* Elaine Lichterm
* Leah and Brandon Nuckolls
* Professor Eric Reeves
* Andy Schmidt
* Katie J. Scott
* Gabriel Stauring
* Keith Roderick
* Patricia Wards
* Sara Weisman
Thank you to all who contribute.
Please don't forget that Damanga still needs donations - its future remains
uncertain without your continued support so please donate as soon as possible.
We are a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization so your donations are tax
deductible. We appreciate any checks made out to "Damanga Coalition for
Freedom and Democracy," or PayPal donations through our website: www.damanga.org.
We thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
Mohamed Yahya, Executive Director
Damanga Coalition for Freedom and Democracy