How to get Involved?
Everyone can make a difference...here are some ways:
*Starting a CES Canada chapter in your community
*Volunteering at CES events
*Fundraising through dinner parties, bake sales, garage sales, runs and walks for charity, church and school fund drives etc.
*Providing a special gift contribution in memory of or to honour an individual
*Combining your donation with an employer's matching gift program
*Partnering with CES Canada to dig a well or build a classroom
*Supporting a student(s) at one of 30 CES schools
*Forwarding a poem, article or photo for website publication
*Being a friend of CES Canada on Facebook
*Signing up to receive the Harambee Report E-Newsletter
*Encouraging friends to join you in supporting CES Canada
Volunteer in KENYA
Volunteering your services in the CES Kenya school community can be a life-changing experience. Contact: email@example.com.
Canadian schools are creating cross-cultural learning experiences through fundraising drives that involve a class of students, a school club or the entire school. Donations of athletic wear, running shoes and eyewear glasses show students they have the power to make a change for needy youth. "Kids Helping Kids" has been a strong theme for CES at both primary and secondary schools.
Start a CES Canada Chapter
The definition of a chapter is a small group of people who commit to raising education funds for at least one CES scholar in Kenya. Chapters in Calgary, Thunder Bay, Ottawa, Parry Sound/Rosseau in Canada and Kyoto, Japan have been established. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org