PEDAL POWER FOR KENYAN EDUCATION Bikes help improve attendance and performance. PEDAL POWER FOR KENYAN EDUCATION Distribution of COVID-19 food relief and supplies

Grow Against Poverty

Org #57691
Vetted since 2019 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit
2011
year founded
$22,095
raised on GlobalGiving
2
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Grow Against Poverty is a registered 501 (c) 3 nonprofit that supports education and community development projects in Kenya. For 8 years GAP has been raising money for school projects such as classroom construction, purchasing computers, serving meals, starting a bicycle transportation program, and hiring extra teachers. Projects in the communities include funding workshops in the areas of women's health, making fireless cookers, building a community building for Grow Against Poverty-Kenya, installing water tanks, and assisting families in starting small poultry and goat farms. GROW AGAINST POVERTY IS STRIVING TO"CLOSE THE GAP."

Projects (1)

PEDAL POWER FOR KENYAN EDUCATION
Kenya / Education
 
Project Leaders
John Roccanova
John Roccanova
Grow Against Poverty
Grow Against Poverty
Organization Information
153 Over Mountain Rd
Ancramdale, NY 12503
United States
(518) 329-2021
Organization Information
153 Over Mountain Rd
Ancramdale, NY 12503
United States
(518) 329-2021

Project Reports

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Jun 29, 2021
100 Bicycles Changing Lives
Dear Donors, Your support of Pedal Power for Kenyan Education is helping students get back to academics now that schools have reopened. St Peter’s Secondary School and St. Mathias have each...
May 19, 2021
Buffalo Bikes for Students
Dear Donors, On May 1st President Uhuru Kenyatta lifted the COVID – 19 lockdown. Schools are allowed to reopen. Students and staff at St. Peter’s Igero Secondary School are excited to...
Jan 27, 2021
Biking Back to School
Hello Donors, Like many students worldwide, Kenyan students have lost almost a year of instructional time. To continue their education, many of these Kenyan students have several obstacles to overcome...
 
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