Access to quality education is crucial to the personal and long-term development of children, families and communities. Unfortunately, many school-age children do not have access to education. Of those who are enrolled, a significant number drop-out due to their parents’ inability to afford school related costs. Our goal at Grace Foundation is to assist as many poor kids as possible, gain access to quality education. Studies show that there is a strong correlation between levels of educational attainment and long term financial stability, economic development and ending the circle of poverty.
How you can you help
The adopt-a-student program is an innovative response to the educational needs of the poor, abandoned and disadvantaged children in our communities — who need financial assistance to gain access to quality education. Adopting a student simply means being financially responsible for their educational costs: tuition, accommodation, food, clothing, transport, books, and school levies. These are costs that typically prevent poor students from going to school. The program allows 100% of your donation to go directly to the student. Your donation, irrespective of how small or big, goes a long way in funding both a student’s school costs.
Other Ways You Can Assist
You can assist by making a one-time donation or a recurring monthly donation. If you are not interested in sponsoring a particular student, you can make a donation to the general TLA fund to help deserving students access education.