School Supplies: Shalom for Africa seeks to improve the lives of people who are less privileged and voiceless in Uganda. They do this by providing scholarship funding, healthcare, home based care, and micro loans. Currently, they are looking for school supplies. If you have any of these items or know where we can find some, please let us know.
Sports Equipment: The Chibolya Education and Health Organization (CEHO) has built a great school for the children of Chibolya, Zambia. More than 250 children may now attend school in their area and have the opportunity to receive an education. The leaders of CEHO are always looking for new ways to reach and teach the children. Currently, they are looking for sports equipment. If you have any gently used items, please let us know.
Tuition: Clemency Uganda wants to support the children in their community to get the education they need to achieve their career goals. So, they are raising money to help pay their tuition. To learn more or get involved, check out the children’s profile by clicking here.
Funding for Health Education: The Erick Memorial Foundation for Education and Rehabilitation for Disabled, (EMFERD) is looking to launch an awareness campaign aimed at supporting the rights and dignity of people with disabilities in Morogoro, Tanzania. They are also looking for volunteers to help them with their income generating activities and other exciting programs www.emferd.com
Funding for Vocational Training: SDKF Uganda offers support to disadvantaged children by providing education, vocational skills training, and farming in organic agriculture. They are currently in need of supplies and funds so they can offer a hair styling class for the young women in their community. Click here to learn more
Contact us if you can help with any of these items.
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