What happened after the Boston Marathon?

Back in April, Isaya ran the Boston Marathon to raise funds to build a preschool in Eluai, Tanzania. Clearly, that day did not turn out as he or most others planned. In addition, the funds that Isaya thought he was raising didn’t come through. Shortly after Isaya ran the marathon, he sat down with board member Michele Christle and reflected on his experience.

Together, they wrote a story which is available for your reading pleasure in the newest issue of Cultural Survival Quarterly. Check it out and let us know what you think.

Thank you for reading!

For those of you who feel moved to contribute funds, you can do so via our website or by sending a check directly to:

The Warriors Organization
P.O.Box 650112
West Newton
MA 02465
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summer is almost here

Summer is on its way and with it comes a host of opportunities to get involved with the Warriors Organization. We’ll be participating in a number of Cultural Survival Bazaars, starting on June 1st, in Amherst, MA, on the town commons. We’ll have a whole new batch of dazzling jewelry fastidiously made by a group of dedicated women in Isaya’s home village of Eluai, Tanzania. The selection is grand–much of it was acquired during our trip to Tanzania this past January. We also have a number of very good looking TWO t-shirts for sale. They would look very becoming on you (though not as good as the jewelry)! We’re looking forward to catching up with our supporters and meeting new friends during this Bazaar season. We’ve got a lot of projects currently in the works and look forward to sharing them with you. Come say hello!

*As always, if you feel so inclined, you can donate directly to us through our website AND, since we are now an official 501(c)3 non-profit, all donations are tax-deductible! Yippee!