Cheerful Winter in Afghanistan

by Mobile Mini Circus for Children
Cheerful Winter in Afghanistan

Dear friend,

Another cold winter with a joyful winter program is over, but the war, poverty, and the pandemic is still around. MMCC & Afghan children need your help!

 Millions of children & youth in Afghanistan need to be hopeful, joyful, positive, inspired & make a bright future. The war, poverty & coronavirus are imposing increasing depression & hopelessness. MMCC for 19 years has been the major source of fun, creating peaceful culture & capacity-building children & youth. Because of the pandemic, we have lost a big part of our donor support at this crucial time. Join us in supporting MMCC & give a unique chance to the children and youth of Afghanistan.

This week all donations up to $50 will be matched at 50% www.globalgiving.org/projects/BackToLife

Your donation finances performances, events, capacity building, & various workshops e.g. climate action & civil society activities for thousands of children and youth. The indirect beneficiaries especially by the national & international media will be millions. Also, MMCC continues & sustains its operations on Afghan hands with a new strategy by supporting the youth who grow up in our ambient & continue activities on their own to keep being a source of joy & fun for millions of children & youth.

 We highly appreciate your contributions and also spreading the word and the link on your social media: www.globalgiving.org/projects/BackToLife

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Dear Friend,

Your generosity made a great positive change for over 700 kids last year.

This year we are aiming to transform the bitter winter for 900 deprived girls and boys in Afghanistan to the most amazing experience of joy and fun in their lives. Would you join us to support and also spread the word? Here is the link to this new campaign with all the information: www.globalgiving.org/projects/Cheerful-Afghan-Winter

Wishing you very happy holidays

PS1: ARTE has just released a short documentary about our work, here you can enjoy watching it: https://tinyurl.com/ybosbxb6

PS2: Recurring (monthly) donations gives us the confidence for making long term sustainable activities and plans.

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Kabul
Kabul

Dear friend,

Thank you for your support which has made a great impact on more than 700 children in Kabul, Balkh and Herat provinces of Afghanistan.

On this short video:  https://youtu.be/_BWtIWM5rrw?t=6   you can see the winter program in Kabul and in the 3 photo collages, the final preparation and events of the winter plus the opening of our new center in Herat.

We had so much of fun and educational entertainment that made this winter the best ever winter for so many of our kids. The winter program gave us the opportunity to develop more educational performances and improve our unique pedagogy.

In Herat province the winter program was so essential in continuation of the activities for establishing a new center. Yes now we have a container based center in Herat where the activities are much better developed and sustained, a place young artists belong to and love. Please visit our new fundraising to support this new center: www.globalgiving.org/projects/MMCCglobal

Membership: We definitely need your further support as bigger donors can't justify financing fun and laughter with educational performances for children of war. Please donate to mobilize our resources to maintain and expand activities like Social circus festivals, Championships, Social games, Performances and Public events, Girls' workshops,  etc.: www.globalgiving.org/projects/MMCCglobal

Monthly donations give us the confidence for long-term investing on children of Afghanistan and culture of peace by employing trainers for a full year for example and sustaining our activities.

Balkh
Balkh
Herat
Herat
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Kabul
Kabul

Your generous support has an amazing impact on over 600 children in Kabul, Balkh and Herat. The day to day personal and social improvements of the children in this program is so great. We are extremely happy that MMCC with your support is once again making the winter a great time of fun and education for so many kids in Afghanistan.

All the physical, entertaining and educational activities such as English, computer and different artistic classes are running as planed and all the kids enjoy their life time chance having enormous fun with circus arts

The following are 3 sets of photos from the activities (in Kabul, Balkh and Herat) and soon we will bring you more detailed reports and stories with more photos and videos of the activities.

Thanks for your Support,

Balkh
Balkh
Herat
Herat

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Mobile Mini Circus for Children

Location: Hundested - Denmark
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Twitter: @MMCCglobal
Project Leader:
David Mason
COPENHAGEN V, Copenhagen Denmark

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