The Voss Foundation has sponsored a well, built by Solutions for Africa, which is a vital part of the GMF school. Thanks to Voss, there is no need for girls to walk for hours to get fresh water, allowing them more time for education and increasing their safety.
How can you help?
We are beginning the construction, why not contribute by purchasing some bricks
10 DOLLARS FOR 20 BRICKS!
Be a part of the construction process by contributing to the school’s development. Brick by brick, we will achieve our goal with your help.
20 bricks = $10
40 bricks = $20
60 bricks = $30
A CASUAL FRIDAY FOR A GOOD CAUSE
Levy Ray Shoup (LRS) employees set aside their ties and suits on June 11th to support GMF, raising $590.
Thank you LRS! Please click here to read the story on GMF in their newsletter.
MISSION MADE POSSIBLE BY POSITIVITY
On his last visit to RDC, Yamandou battled with bureaucracy and mosquitoes to galvanise the construction of the school in Kalebuka. He smiled through meetings with donors and diplomats, he embraced the people of the village who offered their labor, and he negotiated costs with construction companies and contractors.
This school is not just about education. It is about a holistic approach to poverty alleviation, complete with solutions to health and hygiene, as well as income generation and employability skills.
We are teaching the people of the village to make bricks for use in the upcoming construction. We are in the final push of building phase one of this school. Please help us get the children into the classrooms by donating what you can so that we can create a space where they can begin their journey towards empowerment.
Thanks to all of you, the GMF dream is able to stay alive!
Noella Coursaris Musunka
Georges Malaika Foundation
Empowering African Girls Through Education
244 Fifth Avenue, Suite N225
New York, NY 10001
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