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Cuba 2019 — Networks 1st Cuban Retreat!
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Las Aguas Fund, a project that now floats under our non-profit umbrella as part of our Non-Profit Incubator program, is lead by Shoshanna Marks. Last summer we worked together with Shoshanna and sponsored a retreat in Maui as a fundraiser for the Las Aguas Fund. A yoga teachers training is soon planned in Cuba for Cubans & others. And now we’re offering the first of hopefully other learning exchanges & “seva” (of service) trips….. where we learn from, teach, & give back to the local community.
Networks for Training and Development, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting inclusive communities through quality training, technical assistance, and demonstration for individuals with disabilities, families, organizations, and neighborhoods. We have worked together to have our website reflect these values.
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