2014 has already become an exciting year at Iracambi. To start things off, we launched the new Eco-Leaders program, and are looking forward to the arrival of new volunteers and furthering our ongoing projects. In the last week however, we have been granted an amazing opportunity to raise funds to support our Jr. Science program through 2014. CA Technologies, out of New York, have seen fit to include us in their 50th Anniversary global donation campaign. Their aim is to donate a total of $200,000 to four specially selected organizations. Iracambi has the honor of being one of the four selected. We qualify to receive a donation of up to $50,000! For every person that likes the CA page on Facebook and selects Iracambi, we receive a $1 donation. People may vote for us one time per day and every time we will receive $1. We are confident that with our history of amazing Iracambistas and supporters we will be able to raise a fair amount for our Junior Science program. Throughout 2013 we have experienced an amazing boost in support and generosity from our friends and family across the globe and look to them once again to help us through this amazing opportunity. Iracambi is only as good as the people we are associated with, and thankfully for us, we are very blessed in that department. Moving forward, we hope to spread the word about this amazing opportunity and encourage all those interested to follow the link and get involved. Pass it along to your friends and family and help us start 2014 with a bang. It only takes one click a day to keep us on our way! http://www.ca.com/us/lpg/mainframe/mainframe-50/giving.aspx
Restoring the Forest Together. Who is widely considered to be the most famous Brazilian after Pele? Of course it is
Hello, dear friends! Please allow me to introduce myself. I am the Little Red Tomato, the newest member of the Iracambi transport
The Atlantic Forest of Brazil is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and one of the world’s top biodiversity hotspots. The Serra do Brigadeiro mountains in the state of Minas Gerais are located one of the priority conservation areas in the state, home to several endemic and endangered species.