Our Kenya morning was a hit! We had a great time meeting all of the kids at the Cheery Children’s Education Centre in Niarobi. They are really happy and motivated children. There are so many of them to the small … Continue reading →
GOAL 2: ACHIEVE UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION 2013 Fact Sheet Target 2.A: Ensure that, by 2015, children everywhere, boys and girls alike, will be able to complete a full course of primary schooling Enrolment in primary education in developing regions reached … Continue reading →
We will be holding a Skype session with the kids in Kenya Thursday, Jan. 30th 6am. When we are done chatting, Maria Swanson will give a quick presentation on Africa. Pancake breakfast and a walk to school to follow! Let … Continue reading →
In honor of Martin Luther King Day, Layla made this in her kindergarden class. I think that School Ties has meant a lot to her and helped her to see better the world around her. She has a lot of … Continue reading →
The children in Nairobi, Kenya received the materials for bracelets that we sent! We sent them way back in October and I was about to give up on them getting there. I was so happy to hear that they made … Continue reading →
As we launch School Ties off into the world of doing good, many have asked, “What can I do?” To get started here are three ideas…
1. Bring School Ties to your school. Sign up to be a School Ties Ambassador at your school or community. This project can be taken to elementary schools, high schools, colleges, and even homes and communities. This is an interactive project that not only fund raises for schools in need, but also provides an educational atmosphere for all people to learn more about what is going on in the world. Email email@example.com to find out more. Check out “Our Vision” listed in the menu above to learn more.
2. Spread the word. Liking School Ties on social media will bring more attention to this project. The more attention, the greater ability School Ties will have at attracting grants and sponsors.
3. Donate! 100% of your donation goes to helping children in developing countries attend school. Many children cannot attend class because they can not afford to pay the basic costs of school supplies. School Ties hopes to help these children by donating all moneys received to provide school supplies at underprivileged schools.
My name is Getinet Gebremichael. I am 27 years old and live in Addis Ababa Ethiopia. I am vice director of Cheffie primary school. We have 1400 students in the school. The school is under government from grade 1-8. The … Continue reading →