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Student

Rollins College


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Union Leader Corporation


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NAEIF - Jackson Award

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Born in Boston, the oldest of nine children, Tessie Swope was 17 when she had an experience in the Dominican Republic that changed her life forever.
A little boy from a poor village showed her a pile of five stones that he was using to build a house for his mother. Tessie promised him that she would build a house for his family and in his honor she founded a non-profit organization called "The Five Stones Project". Tessie is currently a student at Rollins College where she studies Sustainable Development in the Third World. She will graduate in the Spring of 2008.


Union Leader - Notes from the Dominican Republic: For Tessie Swope, it took only five stones to change everything - Saturday, Jan. 28, 2006

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By TESSIE SWOPETessie Swope, a 2004 Pinkerton graduate, is a student at Rollins College in Winter Park, Fla. Print Article | Email a Friend


North American Education Initiatives Foundation Advisors

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Tessie Swope
Founder and President, The Five Stones Project, Winter Park, FL Sustainable Development Major, Rollins College, Winter Park, FL


www.fivestonesproject.org

The Five Stones Project was founded in July of 2003 through a chance encounter between 17 year old Tessie Swope of Derry, New Hampshire and three year old Manuel Trinidad Fabian of Jarabacoa, Dominican Republic. -- Tessie Swope, Founder-- Tessie Swope, FounderFounder's Story -- Click here to read the touching story of how Five Stones got started.The Five Stones Project was officially registered with the IRS as a 501(c)3 organization on December 2, 2003.Tessie and a group of students from her high school, Pinkerton Academy in Derry, spent the next year raising funds to build Manuel a house.


www.fivestonesproject.org

For more info, contact Tessie Swope.Goal #4.Microenterprise


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