Make your Impact.
Save a child from dropping out of school.
Our mission is to minimize the impact of poverty by creating empowerment opportunities for the disadvantaged in marginalized communities through education and leadership development.
Projects to Fund
The #100Scholarships is our signature project, allowing 100 children from 21 villages to pursue an education. 70% of children in this group are girls whose likely alternative is early marriages.
Empowering disadvantaged children through education and leadership.
2ND ANNUAL GIRLS EDUCATION CONFERENCE
Theme: Progress, Power and Possibilities
Date: June 24, 2020
Event Format: Virtual Event
Time: 8 AM - 12 PM
The 2nd Annual Girls Education Conference: Progress, Power & Possibilities is a half-day summit designed for attendees to learn from and contribute to a discussion on early learning innovation, expanding youth educational experiences, the importance of mentorship, and the economic impact of investing in girls’ education.
Over 200 educators and professionals in the youth education field.
Click here to learn about the 1st Annual Girls Education Conference in Chicago.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a global emergency.
Students and teachers across the country in Zimbabwe are out of school. They need to pay for tuition, buy stationery, school uniforms, and shoes for them to return to school after this crisis. Remote rural areas are facing extreme hunger.
For girls, staying at home puts them at risk of child abuse and exploitation, and increases the rate of child marriages. Let's keep them in school.
HOW YOU CAN HELP?
We launched #100Scholarships to help 100 children from 21 villages in rural Zimbabwe to attend school. They need tuition, school uniforms, and shoes, stationery and we give food to hungry students who walk long distances to school. Without your support, they would not otherwise go to school. Please help.
~ Stanley Ndambakuwa
Education is a master key that can open many doors of opportunity, especially in a competitive and credentialed global village.