June 2016
Pistorio Foundation Newsletter
Over 450 Students have attained a Professional School Degree
Over 45 Infrastructure Projects have been completed
Over 32 Village Communities have benefitted
For every 1$ donation, 1$ is devolved to projects benefitting children in need

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Dear Friends,

Our Annual Activities Report is out! We are delighted to share it with you on the following link from our website, Annual Activities Report 2015.
We hope to lead (cambia make a lead) another meaningful ten years in aid of underprivileged children to further our cause of bridging inequalities and improving the lives of the most destitute through the power of education. You can get involved in our mission by investing in education. No matter how small a donation, any amount will be meaningful for our beneficiaries. You may also make automatic monthly donations through our website on our Donate page http://www.pistoriofoundation.org/donate/. Together we can make a world of a difference for thousands of children in need!
You can now follow us on a new Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/Pistorio-Foundation 352119501582331/timeline with regular updates on our projects and Pistorio Foundation Social posts from Pasquale Pistorio's Blog.  You can also follow Pasquale Pistorio's blog directly on http://pasqualepistorio.blogspot.sg/

Many thanks for your continued support!

Singapore Chapter News
Anh Thu Nguyen and Simone Micheletti held the book launch of their book "Master the Art of Life", on June 16 at the very cool new venue, Woolf Works on Carpenter Street, Singapore. They have generously donated a percentage of proceeds from the sale of her book to the Foundation! During the event, Elena Pistorio gave a brief presentation to raise awareness about the work of the Pistorio Foundation in Southeast Asia. To purchase a copy of the book, please go to this link, http://threesixtyskills.com/master-the-art-of-life-book/ 

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