ELEVEate submitted the final report to the Catherine T. Bertini Foundation for the $16,000 grant received to expand its programs in 2012. The grant helped girls and their families overcome obstacles to educational attainment. ELEVEate, for the first time was able to:
Students enrolled in International Development at Washington and Lee University selected ELEVEate for a $750 grant because ELEVEATE is a small organization making a big difference!
$2,900 was raised to support ELEVEate programs at the home of Jan Kaufman and Art Goldsmith on March 9, 2013. Allyson, Campaigns Manager at GlobalSolutions.org in Washington D.C., provided an overview of ELEVEate activities and Mohamed Kamara, Professor at Washington and Lee and a native of Sierra Leone, noted the positive contributions he witnessed ELEVEate making when he visited Kaolack in 2012. He praised the work of Madame Sanokho, ELEVEate’s Director in Senegal, and her dedication to helping the girls achieve an education – The need is great and Madame Sanokho has an insatiable appetite to help.
We thank Madame Sanikho for all her efforts
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