Target Program

At the end of the first Target Program campaign, a Team was appointed to assess the strengths and weaknesses of the campaign and to make recommendations for future Target Programs. Among the many recommendations made in the report with regard to fundraising was the following:

RECOMMENDATION 3:

Conduct a “deep dive” into the financial data when the first Target Program has come to
completion. Survey...

In 2009, FAWCO designed a special Target Program to engage members from around the world in support of the UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Water was chosen by clubs as the global issue to support and Tabitha Foundation, Wells for Clean Water in Cambodia was selected to receive FAWCO’s financial support. In honor of its 80th anniversary, FAWCO set the fundraising goal at $80,000,

The Target Program Team was charged with reviewing the survey results of the first Target Program and making recommendations to the Boards of The Federation and The Foundation for future cycles of the Target Program.

The Team began with a review of the Target Program Surveys and feedback of the first Target Program gathered at Regional meetings.  The information was...

Tabitha Open/hand-dug Well
On the occasion of the UN's World Water Day (March 22), FAWCO announces that it has raised nearly $170,000 for water sustainability. FAWCO's Target Water Program, which ended in February 2013, was a tremendous success with participation from 78% of member clubs  and nearly $170,000 raised. About $140,000 went to Tabitha Cambodia Wells for Clean Water while the remainder went...

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Congratulatons to Eileen Green-Doyle (AWC Dublin) who just produced a beautiful water photography book with photo contributions from FAWCO members from around the world. The book costs 35 Euro (including shipping) with 100% of the proceed going to the FAWCO Target Project, Tabitha Wells for Cambodia. This is AWC Dublin's fundraiser for Target. Please spread the word in your Club...

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