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TeachTheFuture Foundation Looks to Build a School in Kenya with Funding Support from Fundraise Crowdfunding Platform

 
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Matawan, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/27/2014 -- The objective of this campaign is to build a school in Kenya, Africa to give education to those in poverty.

About TeachTheFuture Foundation
TeachTheFuture Foundation is an official nonprofit organization that is run and founded by 3 high school students. They are dedicated to helping kids in poverty get the education that they truly deserve. They hope to build a school, which will serve as a platform for them, to be the future leaders of a better world.

TeachTheFuture Foundation is an official nonprofit organization dedicated to helping kids in poverty get the education that they truly deserve. They hope to build a school, which will serve as a platform for them, to be the future leaders of a better world.

The biggest problem in Africa is that there are too many problems. The problems include bad education, poverty, disease, unemployment, and so many more. As of 2014, 47% of African families make $1.50 a day. Education is the root of all these problems because with a proper education, there will be more doctors to prevent sickness, entrepreneurs to create wealth, and jobs to support families.

The school TeachTheFuture Foundation is planning to build will cost 75,000 dollars. It will have 4-8 rooms, running water, electricity, laptops, and printers. It will be built near Nairobi, Kenya with the help of Build African Schools, an established 501 c3 nonprofit organization. This school will be a high school so that African students can pursue a higher education after completing Middle School. It will provide education that will last a lifetime for roughly 253 students. Teachers will be provided by the Kenyan Government and they will be responsible for the teachers' payrolls.

Generous funding assistance will help TeachTheFuture Foundation achieve their goal of building a school for these kids who deserve a proper education. The funding goal for this project is $10,000.

To find out more or to be a part of this great cause, please visit http://bit.ly/1lVdMky .