Tengeru, Arusha - Himo Road, Arusha, Región de Arusha, Tanzania
Finished 24 / 06 / 2017
Funded!
Received
$ 4,347
Minimum
$ 2,139
Optimum
$ 4,630
89 Backers
Contributing $ 11
Gratitude in Facebook in Blue Sky School site
Just the simple fact of collaborating with a solidarity project for people with low economic resources is reason enough to feel good and proud. If the contributor funds the project, his/her name will be mentioned in the gratitudes in Facebook.
> 06 Backers
Contributing $ 21
Project implementation report (pdf), plus gratitudes in Facebook
You will receive online an illustrated and detailed document with photographs about how the projects aim of this campaign have been developed. In addition, you will appear in the Facebook gratitudes.
> 09 Backers
Contributing $ 34
Video dedicated by the children (digital delivery), plus all the above
School children are going to dedicate a customized video just for you :) The video will be personal and unique. Furthermore, you will also receive all the previous rewards: the project imprementation report in digital format and the Facebook gratitudes.
> 10 Backers
Contributing $ 48
Photograph dedicated by the school children, plus all the above
You will receive at home a unique and exclusive photograph dedicated by the school children. Furthermore, you will also receive all the previous rewards: video, project imprementation report in digital format and the Facebook gratitudes.
> 18 Backers
Contributing $ 83
Name of the contributor in any of the new windows of the school, plus all the above
Symbolically, as one of the main purposes of the project is to build new windows in the school, the contributor´s name will appear in any of them. Furthermore, you will also receive all the previous rewards: photograph, video, project imprementation report in digital format and the Facebook gratitudes.
> 03 Backers
Contributing $ 125
Masai manufactured gift from the school (just in Madrid, London and Milton Keynes), plus all the above
You will receive a masai gift from the school, to be delivered in Madrid, London or Milton Keynes. Furthermore, you will also receive all the previous rewards: contributor´s name in one of the new windows, photograph, video, project imprementation report in digital format and the Facebook gratitudes.
> 04 Backers

About this project

The aim of the fundraising campaign is to collect money for the purchase of windows for the school and wardrobes for the male children´s room
Infrastructure Minimum Optimum
Lockers for male children's room
Lockers so that the male children living in the school have a place to store their clothes, bag and belongings.
$ 519
Windows
Purchase and built of 13 new window in the main building (90£ each).
$ 1,620
More windows, doors, rendering in the new classrooms,
If the campaign were really successful, some more windows and doors will be purchased for the 4 new rooms.
$ 2,491
Total $ 2,139 $ 4,630
Necessary
Supplemental

General information

Blue Sky is a school that was opened more than two years ago, near Nambala, Leganga and Tengeru´s area (a few kilometres far from the second biggest city in Tanzania, Arusha).

The school has a high percentage of sponsored children, as they families can´t afford the costs of their education. Throughout some fundraising campaigns, some projects in the school could have been undertaken to improve the infrastructure and the education quality. Thanks to these campaigns, in the last months there has been some projects to build some new latrines and four new classrooms (that have not been completed yet).

The aim of this campaign would be the construction of windows in the school and the purchase of wardrobes for the male children´s room that are living in the school. In case the fundraising was extremely successful and exceeded the expectations, some more windows could be built, the old latrines could be tiled and the new classrooms could be finished.

Description of the project. Main features, strengths and differentials.

The idea of the project is:

  • To buy and build windows for bedrooms and classrooms. There are hardly any window in the school, and a high percentage of the funraising would be to buy material and to put windows in the most necessary places (bedrooms, baby-classroom,...). This will help to protect these rooms from dust, wind and rain.
  • Wardrobes for the male children´s room. In January 2017, some wardrobes for the female children´s room were purchased. There are children that sleep in the school due to their personal circumstances (orphans, their houses are far enough,...) and they need a personal place to store their clothes and belongings.

Why this is important

After experiencing personally for more than three weeks the situation in the school, and after discussing it with the managers, we have thought it was convenient to focus the fundraising on these projects (windows and wardrobes) to meet children´s needs.

The wardrobes are important for the children to store their personal belongings. Regarding the windows, the whole area is full of dust, and some windows would be more than welcome for the cleanliness and health of the children.

If the campaign was more successful than expected, this extra budget could be used to finish some of the previous projects (painting the new four classrooms, tiling the old latrines,...)

Goals of the crowdfunding campaign

The idea is to buy the wardrobes for the male children´s room and to buy and build as many windows as possible (to start, it would be good to have between 13 and 17 windows in the most necessary places). Prices:

  • Wardrobes: 375 pounds = 1.231.625 tanzanian shillings
  • Windows (each): 90 pounds = 250.000 tanzanian shillings
  • If the funraising campaign was really successful, the extra budget could be used to finish some of the previous projects (painting the new four rooms, tiling the new latrines,...)

Team and experience

Blue Sky School´s staff (with Elena Ramos as head) are used to manage donations from campaigns undertaken by volunteers that go to the school to help for some weeks or months. There has been a good progress since the school opened, but there are still many things to do to improve the infrastructures, the school capacity, and therefore, the school enrolment in the region and the education quality.

Social commitment