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This Christmas, change the world for good! ChristmasFuture empowers you to give a new kind of holiday gift—one that helps eradicate extreme poverty and changes the way we all think about giving.

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  • 1. Jay started travelling the world and discovered inequality
  • 2. North America & Europe combined spends as much on pet food than the global priority spend on women’s reproductive health – every year Source: World Food Bank
  • 3. North America & Europe combined spends twice as much on perfume than the global priority spend on education – every year Source: World Food Bank
  • 4. North America & Europe combined spends eight times as much on alcoholic drinks than the global priority spend on basic health & nutrition – every year Source: World Food Bank
  • 5. North America & Europe combined spends five times as much on cigarettes than the global priority spend on water & sanitation – every year Source: World Food Bank
  • 6. It’s time you changed your spending habits! Source: World Food Bank
  • 7. Projects that empower communities to build sustainable infrastructure such as schools to raise the basic standards of living. Projects are done by local organizations creating jobs. Projects that create equal entrepreneurial opportunities for individuals enabling them to achieve a sustainable independent livelihood Projects that create equal opportunity for individuals to gain knowledge that allows communities to develop independently
  • 8. Projects that empower communities to lift itself out of poverty in a sustainable way through self and social development. The projects create an actionable plan that includes all members of the community. Projects that empower women through financial management, health, and leadership training, allowing the women to play a significant role in the development of their community Projects that empower communities to build sustainable sources of clean water and appropriate sanitation.
  • 9. Projects empowering communities to develop sustainable food supplies and creating equal opportunity jobs that benefits the entire community. Projects providing communities with basic health and sanitation services increasing basic standards of living . Projects also provide health education for individuals. ChristmasFuture empowers you to invest in projects that directly impact communities and individuals in a powerful way.
  • 10. Projects are intended to shift the entire system in a lasting way - ending poverty for good!. Projects tackle the problem of poverty in all aspects. This holistic and coordinated approach can and will end poverty for good!
  • 11. World headquarters ChristmasFuture Foundation 4007 - 11 Street SE Calgary, Alberta T2G 3H1 Canada Phone: 1.866.629.0516 Fax: 1.403.252.7685 General Inquiries info@christmasfuture.org Help help@christmasfuture.org Information about Investing in ChristmasFuture fundraising@christmasfuture.org Website www.christmasfuture.org