Corawill, Inc.


 
100% of your donation goes towards services directly aiding children. 
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Cora Hatcherson in 2000, age 91.
Corawill, Inc. is a charitable organization with 501(c)(3) status established in 2012. Our namesakes are my grandparents, Cora and Willson Hatcherson, whose house and hearts were always open to help family and friends in need. You can find our web site at  Corawill.

Cora, Willson, my father William in1929

Corawill supports programs in the US and abroad that help under served children and adults. This includes soup kitchens in the US and schools, camps and social homes in Europe and Asia. 

Corawill  also offers short-term international volunteer-vacation opportunities. Working with small, local non-profits we design hands-on opportunities to work side-by-side with children and adults on vocational, art and facility improvement projects. 

A main focus of our trips is education - for everyone, including volunteers. Please contact us if you would like to join our humanitarian cross-cultural exchange efforts and share your compassion with others around the world. 
Willson, in Bulgaria


Our volunteer trips are self-funded. These projects are run by well established, local organizations. At present, we partner in India with Empower the Children, and in Bulgaria with Tabitha Foundation and Leadership Academy GLOW. While we specifically support these projects, we are open to any group whose purpose is to brighten the lives of others.

For 2020 we have two trips  currently scheduled with the Rotaract Club of WCSU. This includes a trip in March to Bagladesh and in June to Ecudor, the latter with Partners in Andean Health.








Also visit:
Corawill's Helping Hands in Vratsa 

Visiting Vratsa

Everybody Helps 

A Show of Strength in India

Planting an Urban Garden in India 



Here is a list of international trips and organizations I have participated with since 1977.


Volunteer Organizations:
AIA: Americans for International Aid
Corawill
ETC: Empower the Children, India
Dooley Foundation/AirIntermed (Nepal)
Fundamed, Brazil
HHC: Hearts and Hands for Cambodia
HHE: Himalayan Health Exchange
HTC: Heal the Children (medical escort)
HTCNE: Healing the Children, NE, Inc.
HTA: Humanitarian Travel Abroad
IMH: International Mission of Hope (India)
IRC: International Rescue Committee
LAGLOW: Leadership Academy GLOW, Bulgaria
Nomadicare, Mongolia
Smile Bangladesh
Suchana, India
Tabitha: Tabitha Foundation, Bulgaria
WCSU: Students traveled individually or as part of the Humanitarian Travel Club, the Rotaract Club or the Honors Club

Year/Month/Destination/Organization:
1977
October, South Korea, AIA
November, South Korea, AIA
December, South Korea, AIA

1978
January, South Korea, Japan,      AIA
March, South Korea, Japan, AIA
June, India, AIA, IMH
October, South Korea, AIA
November, South Korea, AIA
December, Nicaragua, AIA

1979
January, South Korea, AIA
February, India, AIA, IMH
February, South Korea, AIA
March, India/Nepal, AIA, IMH
March, South Korea, AIA
March, India, AIA, IMH
April, Thailand, AIA
May, South Korea, AIA
June, India, AIA, IMH
July, Honduras, Colombia, AIA
August, Afghanistan, Germany, self/referred/ IRC
September, India, AIA, IMH
November, India, AIA, IMH

1980
June, India, AIA, IMH
September, South Korea, AIA
October, India, AIA

1981
March, India, AIA
July, Korea, AIA
July, India, AIA, IMH
July, Guatemala, AIA, IMH
October, November, December, Nepal, Dooley      Foundation/AirIntermed

1982
January, India, Nepal, AIA, IMH
February, India, Nepal, AIA, IMH
March, India/Nepal, AIA, IMH
August, India, AIA, IMH
November, India, AIA, IMH

1983
January, India, Nepal, AIA, IMH
February, South Korea, AIA
March, India, Nepal, AIA
May/June, India, AIA, IMH
October, India, AIA, IMH

1984
May, India, AIA, IMH
1985
January, Colombia, AIA, HTCNE
April, India, AIA, IMH
June, India, AIA, IMH

1986
June, India, AIA, IMH
August, Guatemala, AIA, HTCNE
September, Bolivia, AIA, HTCNE

1987
January, Colombia, AIA, HTCNE

1990
August, Guatemala, HTCNE

1993
August, Guatemala, HTCNE

1994
March, Guatemala, HTCNE
August, El Salvador, HTCNE

1995
August, Colombia, HTCNE

1996
February, Guatemala, HTCNE
August, Colombia, HTCNE
October, Colombia, HTCNE

2001
April, Bangladesh, HTCNE
May, Russia, HTCNE

2003
August, Vietnam, HTCNE

2004
January, Vietnam, Cambodia, HTCNE

2005
January, India, Bangladesh, HTCNE
August, Honduras, HTCNE

2006
January, Bangladesh, HTCNE, WCSU

2007
January, Cambodia, HHC, WCSU
March, Brazil, Fundamed, WCSU
May, Bangladesh, HTCNE
October, Ecuador, HTCNE

2008
March, Ghana, WCSU
August, Ghana, HTCNE
August, Nigeria, HTCNE
October, Ghana, HTCNE

2009
January, India, ETC and HTA
March, Cape Verde, WCSU
May, Nicaragua, HTCNE

2010
January, India, ETC and HTA
January, Cambodia, HHC
July, Ecuador

2011
January, India, ETC and HTA, WCSU

2012
January, India, ETC and HTA, WCSU
June/July, Bulgaria, site visit for Tabitha and LAGLOW, HTA
August, Bulgaria, LAGLOW, WCSU, HTA

2013
June, India, HHE
July/August, Bulgaria, Tabitha, LAGLOW, HTA, WCSU

2014
January, India, ETC
July, Bulgaria, Corawill and Tabitha, WCSU
August, Bulgaria, Corawill and LAGLOW, WCSU

2015
July, Bulgaria, Corawill ,Tabitha, WCSU
August, Bulgaria, Corawill and LAGLOW

2016
August, Bulgaria, Tabitha, WCSU

2017
August, Bulgaria, Tabitha, WCSU

2018
JanuaryIndia, Corawill, Empower the Children, Suchana
March, Bangladesh, Corawill, Smile Bangladesh
July/August, Bulgaria, Corawill, Tabitha Foundation, LAGLOW, WCSU

2019
August, Bulgaria, Tabitha, Corawill, WCSU






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