Feed and educate 500 students in Guyana

by Blossoms of Guyana Vetted since 2014
Feed and educate 500 students in Guyana
Feed and educate 500 students in Guyana
Feed and educate 500 students in Guyana
Feed and educate 500 students in Guyana
Feed and educate 500 students in Guyana
Feed and educate 500 students in Guyana


Blossoms of Guyana plans to provide 500 books along with tables and chairs to help rebuild the library for a high school in Guyana. We will also provide school lunches for students whose families cannot afford to provide them with meals.

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Many of the public schools in Guyana are severely underfunded which leaves schools without the necessary equipment and supplies to properly educate students. Additionally, 35% of Guyana's population lives in poverty, this means that many students have to go to school without food. Without proper funding schools cannot afford to provide libraries for children or meals to students in need.


Providing meals will eliminate hunger and allow the students to focus on their schooling. Donating books and supplies will rebuild the library to allow students access to books to strengthen their literacy skills.

Long-Term Impact

This project will feed and educate 500 low income students which will allow them to improve their lives through educational opportunities.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a DOCX file (projdoc.docx).



Organization Information

Blossoms of Guyana

Location: Lanham, MD - USA
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @blossomsofguyana
Project Leader:
Sharon Bollers
Lanham, MD United States

Funded Project!

Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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