Break the Cycle of Poverty with Education

 
$15,093
$8,907
Raised
Remaining
Apr 24, 2013

How many students will we welcome in 2014?

With your help more kids will join her next year
With your help more kids will join her next year

Spring has sprung, and the kids are all working hard getting ready for their end of year exams. Thanks to the extra help you’ve funded, every single child has a great shot at passing the exam.

With the school year winding down, we’re already turning our attention to next year and asking the million-dollar question – will we have enough funding to welcome more than 10 children for the 2014 school year? 

You can help us make that choice by taking advantage of GlobalGiving’s offer. This mother’s day when you donate to support Sophie or her classmates in your mom’s name, mom will get a beautiful card and GlobalGiving will add $5 to your donation!

GlobalGiving cards make great mother’s day gifts, so please consider giving one to your mom this May 12th. If you’re not in a position to give, you can still let friends and family know about this great promotion.

Click here to send mom your card.

Thanks so much for all you’ve given, and our warmest regards from Haiti! 

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Project Leader

Emma Taylor

Enderby, Licester United Kingdom

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