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NGO Social Project
Transcript of NGO Social Project
Why? Let me explain.
We both lose.
But if it has..
More than 1.3 billion live in extreme poverty.
That's less than
SOLUTION = ?
"Free the Children is an international charity and educational partner that believes in a world where all children are free to achieve their fullest potential as agents of change."
Their Model: At a Glance
It Starts at
Local & Global Citizens
It Moves Overseas
Results in Tangible Change
What Makes Them Different?
"They believe that success is when someone needs charity again."
"One day inspires one year of change!"
Examples of where your money could go towards:
$25 - Ten Trees for a Schoolyard
$30 - School Kit for a Child
$50 - Health Kits for 2 Children or Campaign Kits and Classroom Resources
$500 - Furniture and Textbooks for a School or a Healthy Lunch Program
$1000 - Teacher Training
$5000 - Well for a Community
$10,000 - Build a School
What Will Your Donation Do?
Do your $1000 Social Studies dollars need a home?
we can make a difference.
By Jerica M.
Social Studies NGO Project - Mr. Edgeworth's Class
Music - How to Save a LIfe by The Fray
All pictures are for project use only. No copyright infringement intended.
Their biggest concern is whether they'll survive the night and wake up the next morning.
TH = Problem-Solvers
Healthy child = Can attend school
"It takes a village to raise a child."