Education  Japan Project #54994

Educate YouMeWe's Mark Bell Scholarship

by YouMeWe NPO
Educate YouMeWe's Mark Bell Scholarship

Summary

YouMeWe NPO (YMW), was organized in 2018 to empower, educate, and inspire children residing in foster homes in Japan, assisting them with the opportunity to become productive, motivated members of society. The objective of this Scholarship is to assist eligible children living in Japanese institutional Children's Homes who choose to go on to higher education. Initial funding for this scholarship was from a long-time friend and donor Mr.Mark Bell of New York City, a true Digital Citizen.

$50,000
total goal
$9,795
remaining
73
donors
1
monthly donor
2
fundraisers
2
years

Challenge

Many of our kids do not have the funds to pay for education in addition to housing, food, etc. Working long hours while attending higher education is a constant struggle for students who live paycheck to paycheck.

Solution

The YouMeWe Scholarship will provide students the opportunity to attend higher education. Students who receive scholarships have fewer financial concerns, can spend less time working and more time studying, allowing for a greater chance of success.

Long-Term Impact

Students attending higher education will see an increase in salary and employment possibilities, while reducing the burden of repaying loans.

Resources

Organization Information

YouMeWe NPO

Location: Shibuya-ku, Tokyo - Japan
Website:
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @youmewenpo
Project Leader:
Michael Clemons
Nakano-ku , Tokyo Japan
$40,205 raised of $50,000 goal
 
85 donations
$9,795 to go
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