Our Work

Our mission is ambitious, yet simple - raising funds and providing support for the educational development of children, particularly those living in certain under-resourced communities. Working in communities with the greatest need, we build healthy educational environments and help empower children to create lasting change that continues for generations. Our programs focus on education, to provide children a path out of poverty and a chance to envision a future they never thought possible. Our support to sponsored schools and students includes the following:

  1. Fund approximately forty to sixty percent of schools’ operating budget

  2. Provide meals and tuition fees to students

  3. Fund the acquisition of educational equipment as well as other infrastructure to improve sanitary conditions

  4. Sponsor volunteer programs designed to improve students reading and comprehension skills. See further information about the Book Buddies Program

  5. Cover software subscription fees for online English learning resources

See further information about our sponsored schools below.

 

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Dunaire Elementary School

Located in Stone Mountain, Dekalb, Georgia, USA, this Title 1 School caters to a relatively high refugee population, with a current student population of  79% - Black, 8% - Asian, 5% - Hispanic. 4% - White and 4% - Other.

Joy Town Learning Center

Basic School making inroads in early childhood education in Trench Town, a community where not many such schools exist.

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Operation Restoration Christian School

‘Operation Restoration’ is a Christian non-profit organization founded in West Palm Beach, Florida, in 1988 by Lorna Archer -Stanley. ‘Operation Restoration Centre’ was established in Rema, Trench Town in September 1994 in an attempt to help alleviate the violence, poverty, and political conflict which exist in these inner-city communities. After operating an after-school programme for two-and-a half years the Operation Restoration Christian School (ORCS) was established.

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Jacob’s Well Basic School

 This school, located in the district of Salt March in the North Coast parish of Trelawny, provides early childhood education for about 50 children under 6 years of age, most of whom live in the communities of Northern Trelawny.

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Maranatha Basic School

This school, located in the inner-city community of Waterhouse, near downtown Kingston, provides early childhood education for about 65 children under 6 years of age.