This past month YOU did something amazing.
This past month YOU created a beautiful new Library and Computer Lab at the Kutamba school!
The work was completed on the 18th of June.
This facility will help several hundreds of students in providing them with a better education.
This facility is also environmentally friendly and is equipped with solar panels.
The children are very excited about this new facility and thank YOU for your efforts in making their dreams a reality!
And YOU didn’t stop there! This past month ground was broken on a new secondary school for the kids.
The proposed campus looks like this:
Donate today to help move this project further!
You are on the starting line. The Race to 1k begins NOW! It is BONUS Day and from now until midnight Global Giving will be matching $.50 of every dollar donated. There is also a $1,000 prize given to the organization that has the most new donors. Your favorite Nyaka & Kutamba students need you to help them win this virtual relay.
Pass the baton in this relay and you could support the education of 4 primary students just like Allan. Allan could have been easily overlooked. He is a child with a severe neurological disorder living in rural Uganda without access to medical attention or social services. Allan's ability to live a productive life was a long shot at best. Until he met YOU. You have funded Allan's education through primary school and helped fund an important surgery restoring some mobility in his arms and legs. You also purchased a wheelchair for him so that he would no longer have to crawl on the ground to get around. Today, because of your investments, international volunteers are teaching Allan computer skills. Due to Allan's disability, his ability to attend secondary school with his peers is impossible. The closest facility that can meet his special needs is in Kampala - a ten hour drive away from his family, friends and village. Thanks to you, we are able to keep Allan surrounded by the community that he loves while helping him reach his highest potential. You are setting Allan up for success!
Thank YOU! Today you have the opportunity to introduce 5 of your friends and family to the remarkable, life saving work you are doing for more than 600 children living in rural Uganda. You have the opportunity to pass the baton and win the Race to 1k.GO!
Grab your calendar and save the date!
June 12, 2013 is BONUS Day and Global Giving will match $.50 of every dollar donated between 9a.m. EST and midnight.
There is also a bonus prize of $1,000 for the organization that is given the most gifts from new donors.
We need YOU to join us in the Race to 1k.
Don't go tying on your running shoes. This is a virtual relay.
You can help from wherever you are!
Give $10 on June 12, 2013 - Don't worry. We will remind you!
Share your generosity with your loved ones on Facebook, Twitter or via email.
Inspire them to give $10 too!
Because of YOU, hundreds of students made their way back to school for their second term of the school year.
Every morning, they rush through school gates into the arms of teachers that love and care for them.
You provide them with a yummy breakfast, lunch and two snacks that keep their minds engaged all day long. You have given them clean water to drink and to wash their hands with. Your love ensures that when they don't feel well, a school nurse will compassionately provide proper care and attention.
You are a beacon of light for more than 600 children living in poverty.
You are awesome. Thank you for investing in the potential of these wonderful children!
On June 12th, you will have the opportunity to do even more - with less!
You cannot do this alone. In order to win the Race to 1k, your students need you to inspire your loved ones to help you transform lives with a $10 gift.
Together we can win $1000 and fund the education of 4 primary students.
You can pass the baton of generosity and with your loved ones, fight poverty with an education.
Give. Share. Inspire.
On your mark!
You are a warrior in the battle against poverty.
614 pencils in the hands of 614 Nyaka students.
Because you know the only way to successfully combat poverty is with an education.
You are one smart cookie.
Unfortunately, getting an education in Uganda is not free. If a child cannot afford a uniform, tuition or school supplies, classroom doors are often slammed in their face.
Due to the devastation of HIV/AIDS, millions of orphans don’t have a mom or dad to support their dreams of getting an education.
It costs $.02 to purchase a pencil in Uganda and yet this small expense prevents children from going to school every day.
You are stepping in and bringing hope to an entire community. Thank you!
Thanks to you and your generous donations, poverty is facing the attack of the pencils.
614 students of Nyaka & Kutamba Primary School are sitting for their first term exams and each child has a pencil in their hand because of YOU.
Each child is healthy because you provide them all with access to clean water and plates heavy with nutritious food daily.
You are winning this battle and poverty is running scared.
But there are still millions of children that still need your help.
Are you going to let poverty stand in your way?
We didn’t think so.
GlobalGiving is giving away $5 for every tribute card purchased by May 12, while funds last.
Honor someone who fought for your future this Mother’s Day by purchasing pencils that change the world.
We salute you!
Your student's smiles just got a little brighter.
This spring, International Volunteer John Brewster, a dentist from Lansing, Michigan, traveled to the far southwest corner of Uganda to provide much needed dental treatment at the Mummy Drayton Medical Clinic and Nyaka schools.
*Read to the bottom for a unique way to honor a woman you love on Mother's Day!*
“Even though I'm retired, I have a skill that is valuable, needed and unavailable to many millions worldwide,” said Brewster. “That skill shouldn't be wasted. I feel it is very inspirational and rewarding to help the disadvantaged. Additionally, it is an amazing adventure to experience and live among a different culture.” The rural community you support only has one doctor for 250,000 people. Dental services are not accessible and therefore many people live with chronic pain and unresolved dental issues for years.
While he was there, Brewster also had the opportunity to meet Trassy Akampa and Denis Twinamasiko, two students that he sponsors! What a wonderful opportunity for them all!
Want to bring a smile to the face of a special woman in your life?
Starting now, GlobalGiving is giving away $5 for every donation made as a gift (using a GlobalGiving tribute card) through May 13. And to sweeten the deal, they’re offering two $1,000 bonus awards: one for the most money raised and another for the most donors in this campaign.
Be sure to share this amazing campaign with your friends and family!
You can help The NAOP provide basic health care to 641 students and their elderly grandmothers with a special gift today.
We feel truly honored to have such an awe-inspiring community of people like YOU who constantly want to step in and assist the students and families in Uganda. Thank YOU! YOU are the reason we all keep smiling!
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