A PROJECT TO BUILD, RENOVATE AND RE-ENERGISE
SCHOOLS IN THE TOUGHEST PLACES

Help us to create a generation of Change Makers

 
 
 
 

You can Name a School in Sierra Leone for a donation of £1000.

This is because all public donations to Street Child’s ‘Count Me In’ campaign made before 21st February, will be matched by the UK Government up to
£2 million, meaning that once matched your £1000 becomes £2000 which will allow us to build, renovate or re-energise a rural school in Sierra Leone.

In return for your donation you will receive:

- Your chosen name on a sign at on one of the community schools
- Regular updates on the project and your school
- A map showing your school’s location
- Photos of your school.

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Click here to name a school

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Why get involved?

Entire generations of children are growing up in communities where no effective education provision exists. A state of affairs, which, tragically, exists in thousands of towns and villages around the world. [read more…]

 

Sierra Leone 1000

We will be transforming learning in 1,000 villages in Sierra Leone over the next 5 years so that we can give over 100,000 children an education that will start them on the path to change their world. [read more…]

 
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Your support will help us get closer to our goal.

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A Meaningful Tribute. 

Donating in memory of a loved one will give hundreds of children the chance to learn to read and write - a lasting meaningful tribute.

Click here to NAME a school

 

A Unique Gift.

Sponsoring a school makes a truly unique gift for someone you love. Your support will give more children a classroom they can learn in and a school to be proud of - an amazing gift that will keep on giving. 

Click here to NAME a school.

 

A Group Effort. 

You can choose to contribute with friends, family, your community group or as a school.  Your support will give generations of children a chance to learn to read and write. Contact our team to learn more:

SchoolsForTomorrow@street-child.co.uk

 
 
 
 
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