Break the Cycle of Poverty with Education

Apr 24, 2012

Mother's Day Gifts

Still smiling despite all his challenges
Still smiling despite all his challenges

The children in our scholarship programme continue to grow in school despite the many challenges they face and we’re delighted to report that they’re all still succeeding in class and enjoying learning.

As we approach Mother’s Day in the US, we hope that you’ll keep the kids in the scholarship programme in mind by giving a Mother’s Day Gift through GlobalGiving. If you use the money you might have spent on flowers, a card, or another gift to make a donation in honour of your mom, GlobalGiving will send her a lovely card.

A GlobalGiving tribute card makes a fantastic mother’s day gift. These cards are small, but rich in meaning.

As a bonus, GlobalGiving will be awarding financial prizes for the organisation which receives the most mother’s day donations between May 1st and May 7th.

We hope that this mother’s day, you’ll choose to give mom a gift that also helps Haitian children build a better tomorrow. You can easily send your gift by clicking here.

Thanks so much for all you’ve already given to support education in Haiti, and our warmest regards from Port au Prince.

He's in school thanks to you
Getting an education because of your generosity
Getting an education because of your generosity



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Project Leader

Emma Taylor

Enderby, Licester United Kingdom

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