SCOPE partners with medical and faith communities to improve health in Ethiopia through outreach, education, and training.

  1. King Holmes, Chair Department of Global Health, University of Washington, speaks about partnerships and SCOPE as a great partnership model.
  2. Department of Global health donates $25,000 in matching funds toward the SCOPE Endowed Fellowship. Goal is to be able to fund SCOPE fellows in perpetuity.
  3. The “best Ethiopian food ever” provided once again by Emebet with the cost underwritten by one of our SCOPE board members.
  4. Emebet’s generous promise to donate the food for our next SCOPE event.
  5. Gorgeous weather– sunny, perfect temperature– couldn’t have been better!
  6. Over 60 people spending a gorgeous Summer Saturday afternoon learning about SCOPE, talking with interesting interested others, and making donations.
  7. Doug and Lyn Lee’s gorgeous house. We are so grateful for them for hosting us the 4th year in a row!
  8. Doug generously providing the excellent wine from his collection.
  9. Generous guests who donated $15,000 toward the SCOPE Endowed Fellowship Fund.
  10. People who are still giving to help us meet the $25,000 matching grant. If you would like to help, go to:

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