In past years EOL was able to support students from modest backgrounds who would have been unable to pay their tuition and complete their studies. This year 18 students will be supported with tuition assistance from EOL and be able to continue their studies.
$6,800 EOL will provide these young students with educational materials and toys. In addition, some basic technology such as a laptop and speakers for the playground will help the administration serve this community.
The school equipment dates back 30 years; some items are broken and many others require maintenance. There is an immediate need to provide the school with 70 desks, 9 teachers’ desks, and chairs. In addition, EOL is seeking to provide laboratory equipment which the school lacks.
This diverse school which serves 280 students is in need of scientific equipment for classes, educational games for younger students, and even basics such as carpets and radiators. $12,500 will allow these students to continue to learn in a healthy, productive environment.
This school currently struggles to teach 335 students computer and science classes on only 5 broken laptops. We are raising funds to outfit a computer and science lab for this institution proving education and care for some of the neediest students.
Saint Joseph school has only 16 computers which are old and most of the time out of order, preventing any effective learning. We are raising funds to provide computers and programs that will allow 240 students to complete the necessary studies.
EOL is partnering with these schools this year to provide support to over 30 students in grades 11 and 12 who are unable to pay their full tuition and risk dropping out. With support from EOL, they will be able to graduate.
This incredible organization has is in the process of moving to a better building in order to provide for the students and children with special needs that it serves. It currently lacks a kitchen to provide food for its students, especially for those with dietary restrictions. The kitchen is vital to the new space.
We are raising funds to help keep the 150 students of the school safe, including installing a water filtration system to provide potable water, security bars on windows, and a covered walkway between buildings.