Transforming Education Donor Fund
The Transforming Education Donor Fund aims to combine art, sports and technology in order to promote culture through education, bringing together global agendas and empathy among humans to build a better tomorrow, starting with our youth.
Previously Funded Projects
Allowing youth to reverse the tragedies of 30 teen suicides in San Antonio de los Cobres by allowing them to show their true emotions and create a project of life through art.
Promote and harmonize the “educational pact” through football, a sport that teaches how to relate and work as a team, to prioritize the common good over children and young people living in vulnerability and invite them with the realty of their communities.
Fundraising concert with 25,000 attendees to help Scholas obtain funds to develop foundation programs around the world.
Work from the Painting Bridges Solidarity Exhibition was displayed at the Delegates Dining Room at the United Nations in New York City.
This program is for the enrichment of at-risk children in Mozambique. One school-age child out of every three in Mozambique is outside from the educational system and one out of every four in the country suffers child exploitation.
Latin America has one of the highest rates of violence in the world. A common denominator is that the youth of the region are the most affected, being the main victims and perpetrators of violent acts. We bring youth together to discover new ways to reduce violence in Latin America.
Safe Ground brings in-need communities a chance to come together over a frees start and coincides directly with a commitment towards creating opportunity and equality for all.
Our fund allows you to support our existing efforts or work with us to create a project about an issue you care about the most.
Young people from 10 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean will gather to share the richness of their cultures, religions and realities, in a new way of inhabiting the world based on the encounter with others and with nature, rediscovering together the way to live in harmony with our Common Home.
Scholas Observatory of Youth primary role is to gather, analyze and disseminate significant information through its platform to develop public policies and social programs, promote commitment of different social stakeholders.
To Be Together seeks to alleviate the negative emotional and cognitive effects of social isolation, especially in the population most vulnerable to Covid- 19: older adults.
A Pibel Poubel is an artistically created trash container with the shape of a Haitian mythical character, which both is a sculpture and has the mission of collecting waste where it is installed.