Supported by The Clinton Global Initiative and Echoing Green

Giving $4 today can help an East African community build tomorrow.

We provide construction supplies and skilled labor. Communities work 15,000 hours to build a primary school. And hundreds of kids get a life-transforming education.

School of kibimba
TBD
7
classrooms
School of mayira
TBD
1
soccer pitch
School of butiti
2014
19th
school to date
School of kamusenene
2013
3
acres donated
School of Binikira
2013
10
villages served
School of mabaale
2013
6
villages pledged
to build
School of kabasegwa
2014
9/21/12
groundbreaking
School of bugabo
2012
1.2M
ugandan shillings donated
School of kidula
2013
12th
school built
School of lukindu
2011
10
acres donated
School of nakaseeta
2012
$125
cost of chalkboard
School of kyeitabya
2012
12
months to construct
School of bubeezi
2012
150
community
support pledges
School of jomba
2011
10
rooms total
School of sentigi
2010
325
student capacity
School of gita
2010
7
classrooms
School of kiyamba
2009
50,000
bricks used
School of buwasa
2008
125
local volunteers
School of Lutisi
2008
25,000
hours to construct
School of Meeting Point Kampala
2007
1st
school built
           
to fund our
next school
$70,000

Just a few dollars will bring our next school closer to reality.

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Since 2008, our schools have provided space for 4,410 kids to learn.

Help us build 60 new schools by 2016.

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35,000 cases of bedhead can help us build a school.

Post a photo or video of your bedhead as soon as you wake up, and leave it there for 24 hours. Then, dare at least four friends to do the same. For every one who follows through, you agree to give $2 to buy construction supplies for an East African community.

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After you tag your friends on Facebook, please write something like this: