The purpose of the project is to support four rural communities in Ghana – Ahomahomsu, Osunu Dompe, Besebuom, and Tafi Mador – by providing books to children ages KG2 through Junior High School form 3 in these communities to mitigate the effects of not being able to attend school during COVID-19, in addition to masks, and providing a learning workshop on proper hygiene during COVID-19. Further, with the projected start date of the next academic year being January 2021, WIN is also working to identify 120 of the most in-need pupils to support to attend school through the purchasing of uniforms, learning materials, and other necessities for school.
What’s Giving Tuesday all about?
GivingTuesday is a global generosity movement where people around the world unite to give to the charity they care about. Beginning in the US in 2012, Giving Tuesday is now officially recognized by more than 60 countries around the world, with thousands of charities supported each year. In 2019, more than 14 million pounds was donated on Giving Tuesday; the most money ever raised online for charity over a period of 24 hours. This year, Giving Tuesday will be celebrated on 1st December, and provides a fantastic opportunity to help those who need it the most. There are so many brilliant causes, but we hope that this year, you will consider supporting World Inspiring Network.
Donate to World Inspiring Network on #GivingTuesday
On Giving Tuesday this year, impact a child’s life and donate to the World Inspiring Network to help to ensure a brighter future for those in rural communities. Your #GivingTuesday donations will help to send a child to school, supporting the purchase of learning materials, school uniforms, school bags, and other vital resources. Begin your holiday season with a donation to World Inspiring Network. Your generous donation can change someone’s life today.
From now through December 31st, you can contribute to positive change in rural communities by sharing our campaign with others, and encouraging them to donate to our cause.