Support Educating Poor Young Filipino Girls
Education is vitally necessary to end the cycle of poverty. Getting an education is the means by which the poor could acquire the means to support themselves and become economically independent. During this global pandemic, traditional learning in many schools has been suspended. Online learning has become the new norm. Without the necessary gadgets or internet access, however, students living in extreme poverty cannot continue with their education. Their families cannot even afford a meal a day. Without any help or support, these poor students will stop school.
There are 3 ways you can help:
1) Grab your embroidered fashion aprons;
2) Help build the new Punlaan School that can accomodate more girls while maintaining proper social distancing;
3) Sponsor a scholar for a minimum donation of $300 and earn a free professional consultation with Lula Kiah.
This project is a collaboration with Style Innovators, Inc., American Initiatives For Social Development and the Foundation for Professional Training Inc.
All proceeds from these fundraising drives will be donated through the American Initiatives For Social Development, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization registered in the state of New York and will go to support poor girls in the Philippines get access to online learning programs and return to school under the current guidelines of the pandemic. For more details on this initiative, please see American Initiatives.org/Philippines.