Promoting education in Sierra Leone as a pathway out of poverty and toward better well-being.

2012 Interns Honored!

08/29/2012

Education for Hope would like to honor 2012 interns Abbey Walsh (American University), Nakiya Pitts (American University), and Brian Stout (James Madison University) for their contributions and tireless efforts to promote the mission and vision of our organization. Over the summer they embarked on multiple projects, such as enhancing our social media presence, conducting extensive research on donors and funders, and developing a backpack and school supplies initiative.

Thank you for your dedication and diligence in enhancing the Education for Hope mission. Together we will improve the quality of life and end generational cycles of poverty in Sierra Leone by empowering children with the tools and resources to read and write, and thus the ability to chart their own destiny.

Nakiya Pitts accepting a certificate of appreciation
Abbey Walsh accepting a certificate of appreciation

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