Hurricane Isaac: (Developing)
CAN-DO is currently preparing for distribution and emergency services soon as the water begins to subside- We will keep you posted as things progress. PLEASE make a donation today to CAN-DO, to help us with our distribution and relief efforts on the ground... [More Info]
HAITI DOMES PROJECT - 2010
More>>Initiated by CAN-DO, this project aims to create complete, healthy living communities for those displaced in Haiti.
Current ongoing projects in Haiti: Orphanage Revitalization: Project Bless A ChildProject
On September 30th CAN-DO will begin Project Bless A Child. After the January 2010 earthquake, the Bless A Child Children’s Orphanage suffered structural damage, a decrease in support and an increase in orphans. READ MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT AND HOW YOU CAN GET INVOLVED
ALABAMA - 2011
Project Alabama - Tornado Relief - MAY 2011
This year, CAN-DO, needs YOUR help setting up Community Distribution Centers (CDC's) throughout areas of the United States devastated by tornadoes or hurricanes.
Current ongoing projects in Haiti: CRC(Community Revitalization Centers & Orphanage RevitalizationProject
Sharing in the frustration at the lack of results and accountability demonstrated in Haiti by some of the larger NGO's, CAN-DO has devised two very simple, open and collaborative projects – designed to deliver high impact results... READ MORE ABOUT THE PROJECTS AND HOW YOU CAN GET INVOLVED
CROW CREEK PROJECT
PROJECT CROW CREEK - 2009: CAN-DO has recently completed an on-site assessment at the Crow Creek Reservation in South Dakota and there are a vast amount of issues needing to be addressed. CAN-DO is focused on working with the local community to meet their immediate survival needs while improving the overall quality of life.View Crow Creek Revitalization Plan
PEARLINGTON PROJECT - 2009 - Finishing 14 Homes by 6/30/09
Since Hurricane Katrina, many families have been forced into FEMA trailers or MEMA cottages. Still, four years later, many homes still sit unfinished because the funding has run dry and the volunteer force has dwindled. The project goal is to finish 14 houses and be able to have these families move back into their new homes no later than set date - June 30th, 2009.
HURRICANE IKE - LOUISIANA:
CAN-DO has just arrived back after doing an assessment of Cameron Parish on
November 7th, which is located in SW Louisiana. Seven weeks later and this parish has yet to get any answers or aid. We will be posting our assessment video and project outline for any people or organizations that would like to partner on this project. Our goal is to get the word out and bring awareness to SW Louisiana and the struggles they are facing.
CAN-DO will be heading back to Iowa to assist with the flood victims on 08/04/08.
The project will be streaming LIVE on VirtualVolunteer.tv and will allow you to watch as donation dollars directly effect those in need.
4,000 MILE TREK TO SAVE NEARLY 100 DOGS FROM BEING DESTROYED:
A shelter in central California is full to capacity w/ 120 dogs and the shelter manager is being required to euthanize all dogs that have been there 60 days or longer. Homes for 84 dogs have been found in Minnesota, so CAN-DO has been asked to facilitate the transportation of nearly 100 dogs from California to Minnesota.
COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION PROJECT:
On Wednesday, September 17th, 2007 the village of Bigogwe in Rwanda, Africa, was hit with heavy rains and the worst flooding they have ever experienced in that area. As a result there are 1,976 people now homeless.
KAGUGU SCHOOL PROJECT:
CAN-DO and IEE has partnered with the Rwandan government to help revamp the Kagugu School, in Kigali, which will be used as a pilot school for the country. This is an historical event and we need your help to ensure that this project is a success.
THE VILLAGE REFORESTATION & ADVANCEMENT INITIATIVE
Christie Communications and Aid Still Required just returned from Sudan where we are developing our Village Reforestation & Advancement Initiative. The project aims to build replicable, community-based models to address desertification and severe environmental degradation through the community-led development of forest belts, sustainable agricultural lands, and vibrant local economies. Desertification is one of the greatest environmental challenges of our times.