We have formed a new group from within our DFG Lake Chapala Team we are calling our Good Will Ambassadors. Under the leadership of Lu Wyland, the Ambassadors distributed posters and brochure packets to 75 local businesses and restaurants to promote our campaign to reach 1000 Girls with menstrual management kits and health education.
In January, the Ambassadors delivered thank you cards in English and Spanish to these 75 businesses to announce the attainment of the 1000 Girls goal (achieved in December 2018!) and to show appreciation for the help from these merchants with displaying our poster and brochures.
Several Ambassadors distribute brochures and provide information about DFG at the Tuesday Organic Market and other populated gathering places.
Members of the Ambassadors Team include:
Weezie Burgess, Dee Dee Camhi, Elena Ceballos, Kim Davin, Hana Figuera, Kathy Knight, Robyn Lake, Alejandra Lazcano, Trisha Litz, Darlene Macleod, Becky McGuigan, Pat Mogford, Rhonda Newcombe, Sandy Nichol, Connie Pecsar, Jan Quarton, Laurette Russell, Cheryl Stordahl, Sabrina Swainson, Myra Williams, Jeannie Winton, and Lu Wyland.
If you would like to join the Ambassador’s Promotion Team, email Darlene Macleod at firstname.lastname@example.org. Training will be provided. We welcome your ideas for spreading Good Will about Days for Girls throughout our Lake Chapala community.
These two resale shops have opened accounts for Days For Girls and anyone can consign items there to benefit DFG.
We now have consignment relationships with both these popular resale shops. Take your slightly used clothing, shoes and accessories to Mia's.
Take your no-longer-needed furniture and household goods to It's Kinda Bazar.
You can consign anything under the Days for Girls account at either store. They will call us when they have money to pick up. Easy! It's another way to benefit our girls at Lakeside.
DFG keeps girls in school.