Ten girls are ready to go to High School but they need new uniforms, shoes, textbooks, and school fees. These girls sell groundnuts and ricebread after school and on weekends to help with their tuition but they won't be able to start the school year without our help. In Sierra Leone, it costs about $300 USD a year to go to school but the average family income is $1.25 a day- sending a girl to school isn't the first priority.
All funds raised go directly to support the girls. No money is spent on transportation, staffing, or marketing. Visit our Facebook Page: Mt. Top for Sierra Leone Women
December 14, 2014 UPDATE
The girls can't go to school because of Ebola. Money is needed to provide their families with bleach for the wells so they don't get worms, washing powder for hands and feet before coming into the house, and anti-malarial treatment so no one goes to the hospital and becomes infected with Ebola.