Layla Kaiksow, Working Capital for Community Needs
Layla Kaiksow brings years of experience in international development to Working Capital for Community Needs (WCCN) mission of providing resources to the working poor in Latin America. This includes serving as a founding member of the Bethlehem Children’s Museum in Palestine, and efforts in Madison with Open Doors for Refugees and the Madison-Rafah Sister City Project.
For more information about Working Capital for Community Needs or to volunteer, visit http://www.wccn.org/ or call 608-257-7230.
How often does one hear “O, What a Beautiful Mornin’” sung in a soulful operatic voice at 7:00 a.m. in a farm field? If you work at Troy Community Farm at Community Groundworks with volunteer Alan Crossley, the answer is quite often. The joy and encouragement he brings to each farm day makes every season working with him more life-giving.
For more information or to volunteer at Community GroundWorks or Troy Community Farm visit http://www.communitygroundworks.org/ or call 608-240-0409.
Photo Credit: John Urban