GWUOHS Creates Change

From Sarah, Sonya, Joseph, Carly, Amanda, Ryan, and Kaitlyn From the GWUOHS National Honor Society

We're raising money for Free The Children's We Create Campaign to build schools in third world countries. We need your help! Any contribution, whether big or small can be impactful

Sarah, Sonya, Joseph, Carly, Amanda, Ryan, and Kaitlyn From the GWUOHS National Honor Society

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"Education breeds confidence. Confidence breeds hope. Hope breeds peace." - Confucius 

Our group is part of George Washington University Online High School's National Honor Society. For our service project, we decided to participate in Free The Children's We Create Change Campaign to raise money to build schools in third-world countries.

We have been privileged to attend such amazing schools, have access to wonderful teachers, and most importantly have the gift of opportunity. We all know the impact that an education can have on the life of an individual. By supporting education, we are opening up a world of opportunity for children desperately in need of hope. Building a school and providing a group of people with access to education has the power to uplift an entire community from poverty. Education is the key to elimination of poverty and a more peaceful future. So as students, parents, and teachers, we should all support the efforts to build schools all over the world. Any amount of money whether large or small, can make a significant impact in the life of a child in need. Or, if you are unable to make a donation, simply support our campaign! Spread the message and visit the website:                

Share our campaign with friends or family. Spreading the message of the charity can be just as impactful as a donation. So let's create change, because we all know that if we work together we are capable of making a huge difference in the world! Thank you for your support!


Sarah, Sonya, Joseph, Carly, Amanda, Ryan, and Kaitlyn

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