Every year in March, I invite friends to join me in making a charitable contribution to help send kids in Haiti to school. And every year we raise enough money to support at least one child in need. Will you please help again (or for the first time) this year?
It costs $400 to send one child in Haiti to school. If 40 persons each contribute $10, that will be enough to transform the life of a child. You may of course give more or less than $10. Any amount makes a difference.
If you wish to join me, you may make your charitable gift in any amount here to the Marco Depestre Foundation. All money raised will go to school fees for one or more children in Haiti.
1. Register here for the March Madness bracket challenge by Thursday.
2. Make your charitable contribution here (bottom left) by Thursday.
And here are the prizes I will donate from my own savings:
1. First, Second, and Third Place: $100 Amazon gift certificate
2. Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Place: $50 Amazon gift certificate
3. Eighth-to-last, Sixth-to-last, Fourth-to-last Place: $50 Amazon gift certificate
There will be a coin flip to break any ties.
Any questions? Just ask. In the meantime, please consider making a gift, and please share this invitation with friends. Thank you for joining with me to do some good in a part of the world that desperately needs our help.
A graduate of Kenyatta University and the University of Oxford, Dr. Victoria Miyandazi examines equality in Kenya, with a rich comparative analysis of other countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, and North America.
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