3 Ways to Invest in Education

Aug 15, 2014 | 0 comments

kumasi_newnew_54Becoming an Educational Sponsor is a significant investment. We know that not everyone has the funds to simply donate for an entire year of a child’s schooling. But there are a few ways to help our children with their higher education, even if your money is tight.

Do It Together

Gather your friends and family and agree to share the cost, or come up with ways to fundraise together. As they say, “many hands make light work” and it’s also a lot more fun! You can even make your group official by becoming a Find Your Mark chapter.

Host an Event

An event is not only a great fundraising tool, but also an incredible way to spread awareness through your community about child exploitation. Host a garage sale, a walk-a-thon, a concert, or even get your school involved for an educational-themed party!

Start Small

If you can’t afford to make an entire Educational Sponsorship commitment, start with a monthly donation at any level for our education fund. You will become part of our Global Family, and every single dollar goes toward making sure each of our children is supported throughout their entire education.

If you have another idea, we’d love to hear it! Email us, or give us a shout on Facebook or Twitter.


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