What's New from Givology
01 JUL 2014
17 JUN 2014
17 JUN 2014
Erika is a young, extroverted daughter of unemployed parents. She loves going to the park, dancing, rollerblading, singing, and going swimming. She is looking for help to stay in school in order to become a teacher or medical doctor one day.
Guijun is looking for aid to pay the school fees required for his high school enrollment. He's thankful to his parents, teachers, and the various organizations that have helped him get to where he is and hopefully where he's going.
The Emotional Health Project & Support Group aids students by offering somewhere to study and understand depression, anger, and addiction. The studies aid in recognizing these symptoms and having some basic strategies to cope with resulting feelings and problems.
Every year, SKIP provides school supplies to enable 320 students to attend school, costing 15 Peruvian soles for 5 textbooks per child. As many families earn less than $2 day, providing workbooks helps incentivize parents to keep their children enrolled.
Akello's mother is a widow and cannot support her educational goals. Akello would like to shine within her family as a doctor in order to help the nation, save lives, help the needy, help the entire community, and her family.
Give Her a Voice is a project by Starfish One by One to aid in giving a strong voice to their students. They will conduct trainings on voice and resiliency to ensure all Starfish students, starting in 7thh grade, are able to use their voice, talents, and skills.
Christina and her twin, Christopher, were born in Oldeani Village. Despite a troubled family background, she has a 100-watt smile, loves to write, and is a natural leader. Unflappable with an easy-going nature, Christina marches to her own beat.