100% of contributions from donors and partners pass to the school in Tanzania-- Promise Village Academy, USA non-profit, retains no funds for administrative costs. We are deeply grateful for those who have generously donated to Promise Village Academy. Special gratitude to the following partners who have helped make Promise Village Academy's work possible:
Africa's Promise Village
Africa's Promise Village emerged out of a pursuit to inspire and support the rural area of Socorro in the Maasai region of Tanzania, and a desire for actions to speak louder than words. APV was established in 2010. They are an organization driven by progressive ideas, bold actions, and a strong foundation of support.
Privilege 2 Serve
Privilege 2 Serve endeavors to combine their efforts with others and make an impact in the world. They believe it is their privilege to use their time, energy and resources to give all individuals opportunities like those they were blessed with. Privilege 2 Serve is humbled by the privilege to serve and welcome you to join their mission.
The Lakeway / Lake Travis Rotary Clubs strives to provide community support through scholarships, food drives, adoption awareness events and so much more. They participate in both local and international grants and with participation from Rotary International, have done thousands of wells in third world countries and supported literacy in Guatemala and other areas. This club has an active presence in Tanzania where they have provided support over the last ten years.
A Letter from Stacey and Anthony Lynn
We are both so grateful for the opportunities and support we have received as we built our careers, and the life we now have together. Through The Lynn Family Foundation, we are dedicated to helping individuals recognize and achieve their potential in both their personal and professional lives through mentorship, scholarships and experiences. We are so honored to be a part of Promise Village Academy, where we are able to create a brighter future for children who may not have f the opportunities and support that many of us are so fortunate to have.. By building one of the first schools for the Maasai in Tanzania, we are making the dreams of this brighter future a reality. Right now, there are few schools in the region, meaning many young people have limited options other than joining the military. For young girls specifically, some of the outcomes are unimaginable, such as being dragged into the sex trade.
By working with other donors to open this school, we are giving children basic necessities like clean drinking water and two meals a day – but they will also have an education that empowers them with choices to build the futures that they deserve.
Stacey & Anthony
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