Local military vet wants to return to the desert teach refuges hope.

YUMA, Ariz.-    The Jordon Project,  is founded by a group of people that are wanting to raise money and help the refuges in Syria.   James Schremp ex military veteran was inspired to  take up the cause and use is passion for being a blacksmith to help. The skill set that is found in being a blacksmith can help the refuges Schremp, says in making useful tools or items that can be sold to tourist.

The Jordon project is asking for donation or support in buying James Schremp’s artwork. Schremp’s special craft is being sold to help raise funds called, “God’s tear” only two hundred will be made and all proceeds will go to the blacksmiths making a trip out the refuges.


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