Number of Donations: 5
Fundraising for Afghan girls to get educated
Organizers: Baqer Niazi
$85 raise of $14000 target
About the Campaign
As might know that female high school students cannot attend school, and they are experiencing frustration and uncertainty. Thus, The Girls College is founded to offer free education to female students. Currently, the GC offers English language and mathematics classes. But very soon we will begin other vocational training courses too. The main purpose of Girls College's establishment is to qualify these high school female students for international scholarships and prepare them for job opportunities. For the time being the Girls College is offering education to about 400 students, and it is planning to open new branches in other parts of Kabul city and provide free education to more female students. The female students at Girls College study for free, and so far, the girls have covered all of the expenses such as teachers' salaries, various bills, and rent. However, the Girls College founders cannot cover the cost anymore. Hence, we want to help your sisters during this difficult time. Even your 10 dollars means a lot. The target of this campaign is ten thousand dollars (14,000$) which covers the cost of the Girl's college for 3 months. The funds will be used to cover the following operational costs; 1. Staff's salaries; currently, we have 12 teachers and 2 staff and we need about 2000$ per month to pay their salaries. 2. The rent is 400$ per month and we have to pay through raised money. 3. We need to heat the classrooms and offices for the next three months, so we need heaters, coals, and wood. The estimated cost is about 2000$ for three months. Thank you for helping your sisters to continue their education.
About the Organizer
The "Girls College" is an educational organization offering free vocational training for female high school students who cannot attend school. Currently, the GC offers free English language and mathematics classes to more than three hundred students, and it is planning to open new branches and help more high school students in the coming months.