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2015-16 Final Impact Report

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The Project Wisdom Board of Directors would like to thank all of the students and families who have helped us raise over $7,500 dollars for local and global charities.
THANK YOU!
Giving at a Glance
Refugees
GLOBAL FOCUS: REFUGEES Each year, the PW Club votes on a different Global Focus, a global issue to guide our learning and our giving. This year, the PW Club voted for "Refugees." As a result, nearly $2,000 was donated to help refugees both locally and globally.
Education
Ghana
WISDOM ACADEMY: OUR NAMESAKE The inspiration for Project Wisdom's name comes from a school in Ghana called Wisdom Academy. This school's vision and dedication to education inspires our program. This year, we were able to give back with over $2,000 in donations.
GLOBAL EXPEDITIONS: GHANA With our second trip to Ghana this year, we were able to strengthen old partnerships and form some new ones. As a result. Project Wisdom gave over $4,000 to different Ghanaian charities and schools!
Donation Breakdown by Charity
MAP International
S.A.B.R.E. Charitable Trust
Bambenninye Community Project
Project Wisdom Expansion
One Love Foundation
Challenging Heights
Roots Yard
Fred Hollows Foundation
Hoops Care International
International Rescue Committee
Wisdom Academy
Transplanting Traditions
Total Donations: $7,500+
Because of you...
Bambenninye Community Development
Wisdom Academy
...will receive the necessary pre-natal vitamins to ensure a healthy pregnancy...
...will receive classroom materials for a semester. in the Central Region of Ghana...
...will be able to pay a teacher's salary in Northern Ghana for one semester....
...will be better supported through Project Wisdom's new Club Expansion Loan Program (RHS and Wake Tech)...
...will be able to go to school for free for an entire year, meaning  six families will not have that financial burden...
...will break free from the cycle of poverty and the chains of slavery when they are given a chance at a better life through education and training...
...will get a roof over their head...
...will be able to see by undergoing eye surgery...
...will be donated to young mothers, significantly increaasing their child's chance of surviving to the age of five...
...will get a children's garden and a water harvesting system constructed so that our local refugee population can be better served...
...will continue to find hope through education by Project Wisdom creating a student sponsorship  program and a funding campaign to purchase a new school bus...
900 women...
1 kindergarten...
1 school...
2 clubs...
6 students...
1 family...
2 classrooms...
10 people...
76 bed nets...
3 families...
...will be able to start over after tragedy forces them to flee home. Three families will get a temporary shelter, cook stoves, WakaWakas, winter clothes and blankets, and one year of free schooling for a child...
1 farm...
1 community...