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[30 Nov 2014 | No Comment | ]
Students Are Enrolled From The Emergency Education Project – Nigeria

The Emergency Education Project of Nigeria aimed to raise tuition for four children to continue enrollment in the StayInSchooling Initiative. Due to the Ebola outbreak in Nigeria, schools were temporarily closed so the children have just been officially enrolled. Please, enjoy the pictures below of the four enrolled children. Their names are Akintewe, Onipede, Okonkwo, and Adediran. Please, enjoy the photos below of the four top scoring students that were able to go to school because donors like you care about their future.

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[22 Nov 2014 | No Comment | ]
2014 Holiday Raffle: Thanks to All Who Entered. Winners Have Been Chosen.

This raffle is now closed. Thank you to all who entered. We picked our winners on Jan. 31, 2015.
Find out who won

Dear Aura’s House Friends and Family,
Do you sometimes wish that the Holiday present you are giving would REALLY have an impact and not only make the recipient happy but also change their life forever? By entering our annual holiday raffle, you not only have a big chance at receiving an amazing prize, but just by entering you are helping a deserving young person receive an education that will enable …

Current Projects, News »

[13 Nov 2014 | No Comment | ]
Change for Change Campaign – Help Keep Yacn in University  

Homebaked: Grandma’s Kitchen situated in Monteverde Vecchio, Rome (Italy), is hosting a “Change for Change” campaign throughout November in which they are encouraging their customers to donate any spare change or to make an outright donation to help benefit Yacn’s Emergency Tuition Project in Tanzania. A donation jar can be found on their main counter next to their usual assortment of pies, muffins, and other goodies.

Homebaked: Grandma’s Kitchen opened its doors in August 2013 and specializes in baked goods and American cuisine. Situated close to The American University of Rome (AUR), Homebaked …

Community, people »

[2 Nov 2014 | No Comment | ]
Students from The American University of Rome Successfully Raised $415 for Anna Marie’s Education

UPDATE: November 2, 2014.
Students of The American University of Rome (AUR) have come together this semester to create a volunteer club where engaged young people can help bring about positive change in their local and global communities. As their first project, The Volunteer Club, worked to raise funds for The Education Project for Anna Marie, so that this bright young woman from The Philippines will have a chance at staying in University and continuing her education. 
The Volunteer Club hosted a bake sale on Tuesday, October 14 from 10am – 4pm …