I see that you have a blog about different companies doing wrong. Well I have been wronged by a seller on Gemrockauctions and I’m upset that they would not do a thing about it. I have pictures to prove that I won an auction, and rather than close the deal, the seller reopened the auction… Continue reading Wronged By Seller on Gemrockauctions
Having read this person’s complaint on the gemological society’s blog, I posted it here. This is the complaint: I purchased some stones from both market places. All loose stones. Some certified, some not and I stuck with the favorites. Tourmaline, the new up and comer gemstone, pink and blue sapphires, rubies and just one certified… Continue reading Gemstones Purchased Were all Fake!
I purchase a lot of things online. I hate to go out, and now with the world as it is, it makes it so much easier not to leave the house. While reading reviews on the online purchases made by others, I decided I would post some of the complaints, to make others aware of… Continue reading Ripped Off Online
We have developed a teacher training curriculum and were able to host training sessions for teachers and educational personnel about new techniques of teaching how to read. We believe this will empower teachers in classrooms to teach more effectively.
The focus of our last quarter has been working with local groups to improve bus networks. We believe that it is vital to provide transportation options for children living in rural areas. Thanks to our donors we were able to fund 50 buses and 200 cars that transport children to schools all around the globe.
This summer, because of the effort of our volunteers and the generous donations from our sponsors, we were able to deliver 10,000 pencils to children in need. We were able to reach the most unprivileged areas and provide local schools with this vital tool for education.