Dan and Thelma Greaser are former volunteers with CAMO in Honduras. Dan volunteered from 1997-2011; Thelma from 2005-2011.
Dan was instrumental in CAMO’s vision to revitalize the Trade School, specifically the woodworking trade. He provided equipment, tools, and training for individuals, some who now are able to have extra income for their families by using their woodturning skills.
Thelma volunteered in the early stages of the domestic violence project by training judges, lawyers, psychologists, police officers, and other community leaders regarding the impact of domestic violence on the lives of children and families.
Dan is donating some of his own woodturning artistic pieces to CAMO to use as a fundraiser during this challenging time of the pandemic to support the children and families of Santa Rosa de Copan Honduras.
By supporting this fundraising project you will be getting a unique handcrafted piece for your enjoyment, as well as providing funds for the invaluable service CAMO provides to the people of Honduras.
Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote……”To appreciate beauty, to find the best in others; to leave the world a bit better, whether by a healthy child, a garden patch, or a redeemed social condition; To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded.”
Juntos podemos, tener exito Together we can succeed.
THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING CAMO.
Dan and Thelma Greaser
When ordering, DO NOT select in store pickup as these items are being shipped from North Carolina.