Schools in low-income communities are some of the most strong ethical, moral and physical growth foundation for most vulnerable children outside their home. These places are safe havens for these children because they spend most of their time there while their parents are out fending for them. These educational centers mainly offer subsidized to free education, free and safe daycare, nutritional meals, mainly better than what their parents would fend to feed them. Above all, they offer safe spaces for these kids to be mentored, counseled, make friends, play and pray.
– $30 provides a child with school supplies for a year.
– $50 provides protective respite care for a child vulnerable to exploitation.
– $100 Supports one child annually for mentoring programs, such as Leadership Camp. Or, provides two uniforms and a pair of shoes for a child.
– $125 will support a child at the Nuru Center with clean water, food
Become a Mentor: Spend some time getting to know youth in need of a friend and positive role model.
Volunteer Your Time: Volunteer at the Nuru Center to
Advocate For Us: Help youth find answers and purpose in life.
Work With Us: Share your skills/talents to help us with day-to-day operations.
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