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GLOBAL GIVING – Starts Today August 18, 2009

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Dear Friends, Partners and Supporters,

Thank for your continued support and interest in Christian Fellowship and Care Foundation. We wanted to let you know that Christian Fellowship and Care Foundation is participating in GlobalGiving´s Global Open challenge, a fundraising opportunity for nonprofit organizations working around the world.

Now through September 18, if Christian Fellowship and Care Foundation can raise at least $4,000 from at least 50 donors, we will earn a permanent spot on http://www.GlobalGiving.com, the internationally recognized marketplace for philanthropy that connects individual donors to the causes they care most about.

Every donation helps, and no donation is too small. You can support Christian Fellowship and Care Foundation for as little as $10 and make an impact. In addition to helping us earn a spot on GlobalGiving, the organizations that raise the most money will earn a bonus $1,000-$3,000. The organization that recruits the most donors will earn an extra $3,000.

Christian Fellowship and Care Foundation is very excited about this opportunity and reaching a whole new network of donors to help provide free health care and humanitarian services to the surrounding rural communities and beyond.
Help us achieve our goal of $4,000 from 50 donors by September 18 by making a donation to Christian Fellowship and Care Foundation On GlobalGiving. http://www.GlobalGiving.com/3531. Please share this with your friends and family and ask them to help too.

Thank you for your support,

Clinton Ezeigwe
Director of Operations.


Construct two classrooms for Group Schools Eziama. August 13, 2009

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School EziamaProject Summary:

This project is an initiative to construct a two block classrooms at Group Schools Eziama, whose class room building felled and was browned up during a heavy rain fall.

Project Need and Beneficiaries:

Nigeria’s poverty has been decimating educational efforts as children in many parts of the rural communities face incredible obstacles in getting an education. Christian Fellowship and Care Foundation is raising money to construct a two classroom at Group Schools Eziama in Oparanadim, Ahiazu Mbaise, Imo State, Nigeria. The school built fifty years ago with mud blocks has been blown off by heavy rain storm. The children are learning under the mango tree . A great number of pupils stayed away from the school because of browned off building during a heavy rain fall. The remaining building-built with mud walls without doors and windows, blocks dilapidated, population explosion, insufficient desks, overcrowded classrooms and inadequate learning materials characterize the entire system. It will be a great relief to parents and children if at least a new two classroom block is constructed to save them from eminent danger and allow them to study in a very conducive environment .  Over 1500 children will benefit from the project, improving their literacy and education and giving them a brighter future

Project Activities:

The project will help construct two block classrooms, buy teachers table and desk, school desk, blackboards and basic materials for Group Schools Eziama.

Potential Long -Term Impact:

The two classroom construction will provide appropriate, adequate, desirable and acceptable learning environment for children to learn.


”Education is the beginning of the end of poverty and the foundation on which individuals, families, and communities can build sustainable futures.”Learn to read. Write. And life just got easier”!

How You Can Make a Difference:

The total cost of this project is:


$10-Help buy one mud block
$15-Help buy a bag of cement
$20-Provides one blackboard
$50-Help with a new roofing sheet
$100-Help provide desks and chair
$250-Helps  buy building materials

We need your help to make education reality!

Benefits of Education

Educated mothers are 50% more likely to immunize their children than mothers with no schooling (Net Aid). It is a well known fact that the acquisition of literacy and numeracy, especially by women, has an impact upon fertility. More recently, it has become clear that the cognitive skills required making informed choices about HIV/AIDS risk and behavior are strongly related to levels of education and literacy. (EFA Global Monitoring Report). Education is not filling a bucket but the lighting a fire (W.B Yeats).