Have a hand in building a bright future with Educate-A-Child

Have a hand in building a bright future with Educate-A-Child

If you believe that education is the only way of securing a bright future for South Africa and the world, please consider supporting the Sparrow Schools Educate-A-Child programme.

Benjamin Franklin once said that an investment in knowledge pays the best interest, and these words are the driving force for the Sparrow Schools Educational Trust.

In alignment with Vision 2030 of the National Development Plan, which emphasises the need to equip individuals with a variety of capabilities so that they can pursue a range of opportunities and lead a more fulfilling life, Sparrow Schools initiated the Sparrow Schools Educational Trust in order to provide quality education and training to disadvantaged youth, and learners with remedial needs.

The Sparrow Schools Educate-A-Child Programme

When you contribute to the Educate-A-Child Programme, you are promoting the education of a Sparrow Schools learner – many of whom’s guardians and families have difficulty paying tuition fees.

Individuals can subsidise a learner for as little as R100 a month, whilst organisations are invited to sponsor a class at R1,500 a month. Every contribution helps, and by supporting this initiative, you will be contributing to the future of learners who are among the most marginalised in society, but still deserve access to proper education in order to ultimately uplift the economy of our country and gain access to good job opportunities.

When you sign up to subsidise the education of one of our learners, you will be kept in the loop regarding their progress, receiving their results and a photo of the learner you are supporting, in addition to regular newsletters.

If you’d like to get involved with this initiative, simply fill in this form. Your donation towards the future of a deserving learner – and, make no mistake, all learners are deserving of good education – is an investment that is sure to pay off, with interest.

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