Newsletter #6 – GRA Film shown at Ojai Film Festival

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Just a couple quick announcements from GRA:
From the Mara Soil DVD cover
1) GRA’s documentary From the Mara Soil is in the Ojai Film Festival this Sunday, Nov 7! (See details below.)

2) GRA won the first place regional award and second place national award at “Nane Nane” – Tanzania’s largest farming and agriculture expo!

3) It’s almost time for end of the year giving! If you have friends, family members or co-workers looking for organizations to give to this year, let them know about our annual $50,000 matching grant! Their donations will be doubled for projects in permaculture, well drilling, reforestation, microfinance, orphan support and natural medicine – now through Jan!

Our next newsletter will get you caught up on what we did in 2010, as well as exciting plans for 2011.

Best wishes,
Monica Marshall
Global Resource Alliance
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From the Mara Soil
Documentary Screening at the Ojai Film FestivalWhat if global hunger, poverty and disease could be solved with the natural and abundant resources already at our disposal? From the Mara Soil, directed by Steve Schrenzel, transports you to a community in rural Tanzania trying to answer this question with a novel approach to solving humanity’s greatest challenges with simple, natural and affordable solutions.From the Mara Soil is part of the Ojai Film Festival’s showcase of regional filmmakers! Join GRA this Sunday for the festival’s Gold Coast Screenings. Come for a full afternoon of creative films or show up around 1:00 pm to see From the Mara Soil. 

Ojai Film Festival
Gold Coast Screenings
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Sunday, Nov 7, 2010
11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Location: Theater 150
316 E Matilija St., Ojai, CA

Screening Schedule

11:00 – 12:00 Animation Shorts
12:00 – 2:00 Short Series
1:00 – From the Mara Soil
2:00 – 5:00 Features

About UsGlobal Resource Alliance (GRA-USA) is an all-volunteer US 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to bringing hope, joy and abundance to communities in the Lake Victoria Region of Tanzania.  By sharing ideas, volunteers and financial resources with local, community based organizations we seek to promote natural, holistic and sustainable solutions to the challenges of poverty, malnutrition and disease. We believe that empowering local communities to address pressing social, economic and environmental challenges according to their own vision and their own creative potential is the key to lasting solutions.100% of your donation will go directly to programs and projects in Tanzania and is fully tax deductible.

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