Donations Suitable for Any Budget

Your ability to read these words is the result of hard work you have done and help you have received. However far you have made it in life, you have come this far with the help of others. Now, you can provide that help to someone else. A child may be the most eager in the world to apply themselves to their studies, but without sufficient teachers, food, or books, that desire will be for nothing. You have the chance to change that.  The best gifts take the form of ongoing sponsorship.

Through your regular giving, you can be a source of comfort and stability.

We welcome donations of any size. Based on your budget, you can choose the donation level that is right for you. General donations of any amount go where the children and their schools need them most.

Sponsorship amounts begin at $35 a month. Meet the children. Learn about their individual needs, hopes, and dreams. Choose the child you would like to sponsor and your level of commitment.

Because of you, they will be able to make it on their own as adults and become a source of support for others.  MAD is a registered 501(c)(3) so all donations are tax deductible. If your employer requires an Employer Identification Number (EIN) (i.e. Federal Tax Identification Number), please use 26-0800220
Make a donation today!

Education is a gift like no other. It continues to bear fruit throughout the life of a child and shines light into the lives of those around them.  You can never lose it and no one can ever take it away.
Give the gift of education.

By giving the gift of education now, together we will:

  • Heal the sick. We improve healthcare in the world by investing in future doctors
  • Build roads and bridges. We improve infrastructure by investing in future engineers
  • Open minds. We improve the quality of education by investing in future teachers
  • Spread peace. We bring more understanding to the world by stepping outside of ourselves, educating ourselves about the plight of others, and caring enough to take action


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