501(c)(3) Non profit organization
THERE IS NO MIDDLEMAN, WE GO STRAIGHT TO EACH FAMILY TO DELIVER YOUR DONATIONS.
promoting community pride culture and solidarity
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2016: We were able to help 729 children
My visit to Madagascar in 2013 got me more energized to do more than I had already done for the community. We stopped by several villages on my way to my family's village.
I introduced myself. We shared stories and traditional dances with the parents and the children of the village. We smiled and laughed together. It was such an incredible moment to connect with each other, like we had known each other for our entire lives.
And it brought tears to my eyes to hear almost all of the children say they love to go to school to learn like everyone else if they have that opportunity. They know that education is one of the keys that will open a door for a better future for them, and they are ready to do their best, but they cannot afford school supplies.
This generation of children of Madagascar is hungry for a better future. They are hungry for education to improve their lives. They want to get out of the poverty that their parents are stuck in. But sometimes they feel like they cannot get out because their parents barely have enough to feed them.
Can we give them that chance? It won’t take much from us. They need school supplies so they can go to school, and we are the only hope they have to make it happen.
The children of Madagascar will appreciate any help you can give, and it will change their lives for the better.
Yvon Tatafasa (Founder of take my hand project on the left) and Hery Rajaonarimampianina (President of Madagascar on the right) agree to team up to help the children of Madagascar to get education.