#1. Students of Iwacu Kazoza School from school
IWACU KAZOZA SCHOOL_A NEW HOPE FOR UNPRIVILEGED CHILDREN
Because of your donations, Iwacu Kazoza School continues to provide education to the unprivileged children and the school is counted among the best schools providing qualitative education in the region. This is a good result of your work and our work together. We give thanks to our donors for making possible the education of these children, who could not have access to education without your financial help. Iwacu Kazoza School is a NEW HOPE FOR THE UNPRIVILEGED CHILDREN IN BURUNDI, AFRICA.
From July 2013 – March 2015, 476 donations were made, totaling $68,812 made by 194 donors. 5 of the 194 donors are making their donations on monthly bases, through GlobalGiving.
Currently, the school is providing education to 495 unprivileged children, with 28 teachers and school administration staff. To finish the school year 2014-2015, we need to raise $16,380, so that we can pay our teachers’ salaries for February-July 2015.
TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 2015, IS MATCHING DONATIONS DAY
Donations made to Iwacu Kazoza School on Tuesday, April 14, will be matched by Microsoft at 50%, up to $1,000 per donor per project. There is $100,000 for matching and prizes ranging from $5,000 to $1,000, will be given to 5 projects based on donors’ uniqueness. Matching donations will begin at 06:00 AM PST / 09:00:00 AM EST and ends at 08:59:59 PM 11:59:59 EST or when funds runs out.
Most matching funds are GONE within the first 10 minutes ; so donors should have their information set up to make their donations within the first couple minutes!!!!
I am very grateful and appreciative to each one of our donors, friends and friends of friends who continue to enable Iwacu Kazoza School to provide education to the unprivileged children in Burundi. May God continue to bless each one of you in a very special way.
General Coordinator and Founder
#2. One of our donors greetings students at school
#3. One of our donors visiting Iwacu Kazoza Sch.
#4. Students in classroom
#5. Iwacu Kazoza School and students outside
#6. Students in classroom