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Displaced people groups exist on every continent around the globe, and half of displaced people are children.
Tent Schools International comes alongside Christian leaders in refugee camps and other transitional areas to establish effective schools for displaced children.
Establish tent schools where
they are needed most
Empower displaced children
through access to technology
Equip local teachers to create
compassionate learning spaces,
in Jesus' name
But you have already answered that question. How? You did it by responding to our earlier appeals, giving as you were able to affordable, targeted Tent Schools International programs.
I am excited to report that your contributions to our new LEAP program have already put 56 laptops in the hands of refugee children from Lebanon, Jordan, Tanzania, Nepal and newly arrived refugee families here in the USA. These 56 children are not only learning computer skills, but are using their laptops to access learning opportunities online. They now have the means to continue their academic progress, even after years of living without access to a school.
We have learned together that breaking down a complex, overwhelming issue into bite-sized pieces over time can overcome all odds.
The LEAP program still needs your support. If you have given, please continue turning laptops into blessings for these children. If not, please consider doing so. As part of our year-end campaign, here are some other options for bridging the learning gap of a refugee child:
• A $50 one-time gift puts a LEAP laptop in a refugee student’s hands as a tool for learning
• $25 a month can give a child access to a tent school in a refugee camp
• $167 a month can supply heat and school supplies through the winter for a tent school
• $340 a month can provide a tent-school teacher with a salary to support her family
• $3,000 can launch a new tent school for 50 children
Thank you for your continued support in making learning accessible to displaced children wherever Tent Schools International is called to serve!
Dale Dieleman, Vice President