Maasai Friends4Good|Building Sustainability

par Enterprise4Good (Formerly the Ability Society)

  • jeudi, 30 novembre 2017 de 12:00 Matin à dimanche, 01 avril 2018 10:47 Matin (HAA)

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La vente de billets pour cet événement est maintenant terminée.

Aperçu

Our hope is to raise $50,000 U.S. to construct two classroom buildings within the continuing project of sustainability in Makuyuni Tanzania, Africa.

The fundraised money for the classrooms would hold another 80 children who can become literate with a suitable environment for them with desks and chairs.

The African Government is threatening the closure of our school because it doesn't comply with the criteria of the Government.

With this donation, all the money goes to educating the future.

Before Friends4Good, education was unseen for the villagers or with many kilometres of walking to get to and from school. Help us keep kids in school to recognize the first step to a better tomorrow is by breaking the unsustainable cycle.

Détails

The sole goal of Friends4Good is to help villages who've decided to be a self-sustaining community the physical, emotional and financial support needed. 

Friends4Good currently travels at least once a year to Makuyuni Tanzania, Africa to aid in their choice in project for support. 

Currently they've built two classrooms, a piggery and a Mama's sewing house for Mamas to have a source of income to support the school and their village. 

The first school in Makuyuni, Africa has been threatened by the Government for closure and with more support needed than ever, Friends4Good hopes to be the shoulder to lean on. 

Progrès réalisés dans l’atteinte de l’objectif visé

2%

de 50 000 $

Jours pour acheter

0

30 novembre 2017
jeudi, 30 novembre 2017 12:00 Matin (HNA)

Organisateur

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327 41 Ave NE, Calgary, AB
Calgary , AB
T2E 2N4

À propos de cet organisme

Enterprise4Good is a non-profit cooperation that created Friends4Good in 2004 to aid the changeover of oversea villages from the constant need of help to being a self-sustaining group of people.