Thank You from the Pankisi Women's Stories Project
Thank you for your online donation!
Your contribution will go directly to the Pankisi Women's Stories Project to provide travel for filmmaker Patricia Boiko and writer Miriam Ruth Black to Pankisi Gorge to film the lives and stories of women and children there.
Send a Check
Send donations by check payable to "Gleaning Stories", designating the "Pankisi Women's Stories Project" in the memo field of the check (or in an accompanying letter) to
Gleaning Stories Project
Attention: Rusten Hogness
312 Clevelend Ave.
Santa Cruz, CA 95060-3508
Please include your mailing address so that we can send you a receipt.
The email address for the Pankisi Women's Stories Project is:
pankisi @ gleaningstories.org [remove spaces]
Gleaning Stories Project: What's That?
The Gleaning Stories Project started as an oral history project in the Salinas Valley on the Central Coast of California. They collected the stories of gleaners who went into commercial agriculture fields after the harvest to salvage food for soup kitchens and food banks.
Since then, The Gleaning Stories Project has provided technical and fundraising assistance to other stories projects. As a small non-profit organization, it channels charitable donations to non-profit story projects like this one.
The founder of The Gleaning Stories Project, Rusten Hogness, is the older brother of Suze Rutherford, the Peace Corps volunteer working in Pankisi Gorge with the Women's Council.