The Steve Sinnott Foundation is not a financial foundation supported by an established fund from which it makes grants to other charities. It is rather an organisation which aims to connect organisers of projects aimed at achieving the Millennium Development Goals for education to each other, to potential donors of funds and equipment, and to teachers and educators around the world with experience and expertise to offer.
The Foundation partners other organisations in promoting and seeking support for selected projects. It also provides. on this website, an online community through which project organisers can draw attention to their projects and seek help and support from other community participants.
The community enables contributors to explore the projects posted on the site and to make direct contacts with the project organisers. If you're a donor, you can find out what the project needs; it may be cash but it may be books, pencils, pens computers, transport or even building materials. It may be your expertise and experience. You can decide for yourself what you want to support and how. Then focus your contribution directly on the project you choose.
If you are a receiver of help and support, then you too have things of enormous value to give back, your culture, your history, your way of life and your friendship.
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Education for All Day 2014
For more about Millennium Development Goal Projects, go to the PROJECTS DIRECTORY under the PROJECTS tab.
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"Only the educated are truly free" In the latest edition of the Foundation's magazine, Bob Geldof demands greater collaborative engagement on Education for All. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to ask for your copy.
Simon Jones, Amanda Martin and Brendan Meehan ran for the Foundation in 2012. Join them or be a sponsor in 2013. Click here for the Run For It Group
Young Global Ambassadors for EducationThe 2014 winners of the Steve Sinnott Award for the Send My Friend to School campaign young ambassadors are Maisie Le Masurier and Rebecca Unwin, both 14 from Guildford County School in Surrey. For more information about the award go to www.sendmyfriend.org.
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