100% of donations go to the building of Kenya communities
Carson Glore Foundation is a Minneapolis, Minnesota 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to improve the quality of life through education. In 2011, we kicked off our efforts to build our first classrooms in Kenya, Africa. The Carson Glore Classrooms at Kamuya School in Kenya opened on Dec 7, 2011, giving new classrooms and supplies – in addition to improved training for teachers and student programs. We have since continued our fundraising efforts and have raised over $250,000 since January 2012, opened 2 complete schools for over 800 students and have armed them with new desks, water tanks, latrines, school supplies, teacher training and more. We are privately underwritten by Nerland Co. so that every dollar donated goes directly to funding our projects.
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In place of gifts for her 8th birthday, Evie, Lloyd’s niece, has asked for donations to our foundation. What a special idea and we are so grateful!
Furthermore, we like to provide our supporters with the opportunity to be intentional with their giving by sponsoring something specific – from a child’s backpack or a desk, all the way up to an entire classroom. When you choose sponsorship, you get the added satisfaction of knowing exactly what your donation is making possible. Or, if you prefer to make a general contribution, we will make sure your money is put to use where it is most needed.
I’m committed because if we don’t educate this generation, they won’t know what’s outside the boundaries of their own community.
I’m committed because I want so much for these kids. I want them to grow up and be what they want to be: doctors, pilots, teachers and lawyers. They may not have that opportunity if we don’t help them.
I’m committed because Africa is in my heart, and the future of these kids is in my heart. I'm a teacher so I know the importance of education and can't wait to see what the students become.
I'm committed because I have been there and seen the need and want these kids to have the best chance possible to make a difference in their lives.
I'm committed because we have the opportunity to help educate an entire generation of future leaders. And we've seen that it can start with your help.
I’m committed I think everyone deserves a chance and hope these kids have an opportunity to change their life if they have a better education.