Raise Funds For Under Privilege Children

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Raise Funds For Under Privilege Children

    The funds will be used to ship school books and supplies to villages in Gog, Ethiopia and build a library to store those books. Another way the funds will be used is to build two community centers for the following purposes: community training and development center (women’s handicrafts, s... Read More

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    The funds will be used to ship school books and supplies to villages in Gog, Ethiopia and build a library to store those books. Another way the funds will be used is to build two community centers for the following purposes: community training and development center (women’s handicrafts, sewing machine training, women’s beadwork and pottery. 

Improve adult literacy, English language skills, offer basic computer classes and after school tutoring. Create staff and a medical clinic with regular hours.

To increase Farmer’ s ability to increase food production in order to reduce recurring famine in the region and reduce deforestation and to dig two freshwater wells. 

    The reason we want to do this campaign is to help the children in Gog, Ethiopia to gain a better education by providing them with school books and supplies and a library. This will help them learn how to read and write by giving them these tools. This is very important to us because of the way I grew up without books and supplies and no opportunity to start my education early. 

    The area I grew up in does not have a school close by so children are required to walk two hours to and from school. Since children have to walk this long distance, they are not physically able to do this until age 14 so that is when they start school, which greatly impacts the quality of education they can receive.

    Providing a better education for these children will have a great impact on their lives by helping them know how to read and write so that they will be able to better provide for their families. People who  donate can sponsor a student so that they can become literate.

    The way that people can sponsor a student is by donating $15 per month which will lead to that student becoming literate.

    We would like to see this start to happen now by setting a goal to raise $3,000 within 30 days. We feel like it will take about one year to teach a student to become literate. 

    We know that doing this will have a great impact on improving the lives of these children. We believe that improving the literacy of one child benefits the life of not only that child but of an entire family for many generations.

    Please consider helping us by donating or sponsoring a child so that we can get that child onto the road to success.

    

    


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Raise Funds For Under Privilege Children

$300 of $3,000

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Raise Funds For Under Privilege Children

Opiew Ablla, on behalf of

https://www.helpmyvillagekids.org/

The mission of Help My Village Kids is to provide the tools needed to obtain a good education for the children of Gog, Ethiopia and of the surrounding villages. We believe that improving the literacy of one child benefits the life of the child and of an entire family for many generations

Opiew Ablla

I came to the United States in 1993 as a refugee and started a 501c3 charity to bring school books and supplies to the children in the village of Gog, Ethiopia. I am married and I have five kids and I became a citizen in 1999. Gog is a village in western Ethiopia of approximately 1500 people. It is an agricultural area that is somewhat isolated from the the rest of Ethiopia. Gog has two small schools that are about a two hour walk from each other. Neither of these schools contain books or supplies for th

Murray, Utah

Recent Donations

  • $25.00

    Diana Handy

    3 months ago

  • $100.00

    Rebecca Bench

    3 months ago

    Sorry this took me a bit, but I hope this can help out several cute kiddos!

  • $150.00

    Marion DiRado

    3 months ago

    Education is powerful!

  • $25.00

    KelliAnn Ablla

    4 months ago

    I love you