Additional School Operation Funds needed for 2022: $15,400

$12,000: Teacher’s salaries, pre-school through Grade 8

$2,400: Lunch meals

$1,000: Tables and benches for lunchroom

Purchase Brown Bear Car Wash tickets to support the Green Light Education Center
Sounds easy, right? It is so easy to participate and directly help care for and educate kids in Kenya.  The Global Service Team is partnering with Brown Bear Car Wash to provide a great deal for you and get much needed funds to Kenya this summer.
For $21, you receive 3 Beary Clean car wash tickets, value $30.  For $41, you receive 6 tickets, value $60.
Buy now on our Go Fund Me Page to meet immediate fundraising needs.
Your car wash tickets will be mailed to the address you provide when you purchase.

Long term goals:  $80,000

$55,000: Three permanent buildings housing six classrooms to complete the school to 8th grade
$15,000 : Well for permanent water supply for vegetable and tree planting for shade
$2,000: Desks for 6 new classrooms
$3,000: Books and classroom supplies
$5,000: Library
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About Greenlight Education Center

Mary Omollo began the school for young children who were orphaned from AIDS and soon it expanded to include every child in this valley.  Now the school serves over 200 students from nursery to Grade 8 and is registered with the state education board.

Our first Service and Safari trip to Kenya was in September 2018. We provided funds for one large building with two classrooms, solar power, water tanks, toilets, desks, a fenced yard, a student meal program and teachers' salaries.

Completed projects for Greenlight Education Center as of September, 2021:

$3,000 for new toilets to replace toilets that sank in severe flooding
$250 for mattresses for grade 8 students to sleep over at the school for tutoring for their national exams they must take in March 2022
$7,129 sent to help with the impact from COVID-19, locust and flood damage for the school and village which included:• Food, masks and soap for students, teachers and villagers
• Two temporary classrooms built for social distancing
• 25 desks
• Kitchen and dining hall building
• Isolation medical room with 2 beds, thermo guns and first aid kits
• School suppliesVisit us on Facebook -  Kenya Greenlight Education Center