Category Archives: Vega newsletter

Vega’s Humanitarian Mission statement

We on Vega believe that the development of remote communities can be achieved by a socially conscious group of people who make a commitment to develop and support human potential. Our efforts and achievements over the years are a clear … Continue reading

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Round up of Humanitarian vessel Vega’s 2012 deliveries

Here is a very short round up of highlights from this years deliveries of donated educational and medical supplies. We measure our success by the number of communities we assist and the quality of that assistance. Working with remote communities … Continue reading

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Humanitarian Vessel Vega Mission Statement

Someone ask me what our mission statement is so I thought I would post it up here We on Vega believe that the development of remote communities can be achieved by a socially conscious group of people who make a … Continue reading

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Latest Newsletter (June – July)

Here is the link for our latest Historic Vessel Vega newsletter. You will also find the older ones there as well. Enjoy. http://www.sailvega.com/newsletters/july2012/july2012.html

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Historic vessel Vega 2012 update

This poor blog has been sadly ignored in the past few months. My only excuse is that we have been very very busy making it happen for the small communities we assist. This years deliveries are a record not only … Continue reading

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2011 Vega award winners to be announced

The 2011 Vega award winners have been voted on and selected. We shall be notifying the winners and posting the results over the next few days. It was a tough choice in several categories with in one case three rounds … Continue reading

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Latest updates to Vega website now active

Have a look at our updated website and at the famous “Lists” of supplies we need for next years deliveries HERE

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