PfP would like to wish you Eid Murbarak!

Dear PfP Supporters,

PfP would like to send you wishes for peace, fortune, and blessings on Eid ul-Adha.

Also, we’ve been quiet lately because we’re working feverishly on a lot of exciting projects, which we’ll share with you soon!

As a preview, we’ve developed a new paradigm to build better playgrounds, each designed to meet individual community needs in a more economical and sustainable way. We will also unveil a new sports pilot program that will involve older teens from the Palestinian Diaspora mentoring and coaching young soccer teams in Palestine, starting in Nablus.

Stay tuned for more updates!

Warm Regards,

The PfP Board

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