HK$320.00raised of HK$12,000.00 goal goal
"Dutch Anne Preschool" is a free preschool that has been running since 2009.04.02 for the low-income Tsunami Survivors at Panadura Modaravila apartment complex.
Dutch Anne currently has 24 children and two teachers. It wouldn’t have been continued without the support from sponsors around the world (previously financially supported by Project Aboard, which ended its operation in Sri Lanka during the Pandemic).
To continue running this preschool, please show your concern by providing support for our teachers' salaries and funds for the learning materials for our lovely students. You are also invited to visit our Facebook page for regular updates: https://www.facebook.com/people/Dutch-Anne-Prescho...
And as for me, I am Herman from Hong Kong, who volunteered at Dutch Anne Preschool in 2015 for three months. It was the reason I met Teacher Rasi and Teacher Sharmila, they are both kind and both are true assets to children at Dutch Anne. I have been financially supporting the teacher from 2/2021 to 1/2023, in order to make this more sustainable, therefore we set up this funding campaign.
The main part of the fund is the salary for Teacher Rasi and Teacher Sharmila from 2/2023 to 1/2024. The salary of a teacher is HKD 500 / month ( ~ USD 130), with a total of HKD 12000/ year ( ~ USD 1550) for two teachers. As we know the political situation in Sri Lanka leads to a fluctuating currency in Sri Lanka, therefore the salary is calculated in Hong Kong dollars (pegged with US dollar).
Any extra amount we raised will be invested in buying extra materials for school. The learning material for school is now raised by the family of 24 students at school.
- Herman Chi Hong Chan
March updatesUpdate posted by Herman Chi Hong Chan at 12:07 pm
We successfully raised hkd 800, but we still have a deficit of hkd 1200 until 28/3. Keep going everyone:)
2023-2024 School term startedUpdate posted by Herman Chi Hong Chan at 05:16 am
We have successfully raised HKD$600, but we still need another HKD$400 in February in order to pay for teachers’ salary this month.