There’s excitement in the air! Kids around the world are heading back to school – including over 300 young children who will be setting foot in the first Little Ripples pilot preschool. As another school year kicks off, let’s be a part of providing the back to school experience to refugee children from Darfur, Sudan. You can help start a young child’s education that will immeasurably shape their development and lifelong learning.
Your gift of $10 will help pay for:
- Classroom play and learning materials such as Arabic alphabet blocks, books, and balls.
- Critical health and hygiene supplies to maintain a clean classroom environment (we all know how messy preschoolers can get!)
- Teacher trainings for the women refugee teachers, empowering them to be leaders both in the classroom and in their community.
$10 pays for all of the above – and so much more. Help us plant the seed of education, peace, and hope for Darfuri children and their community.
Take on this effort as a team!
Teachers, parents, and students: challenge your classrooms to “give a hand” to Little Ripples. Classrooms can commit to fundraise $10 per student…and get creative! Each classroom that completes the challenge can decorate a a handprint that will go up on a wall of one of the Little Ripples classrooms. Please use 11×17 construction paper to create your classroom’s hand.
Check out how one early childhood education center took on this challenge in Los Angeles here.
You can send checks (to i-ACT with LR in the memo line) and your hand to :
1732 Aviation Blvd, #138
Redondo Beach, CA 90278
For questions or more ideas on taking on the classroom challenge, please contact Katie-Jay at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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