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Your donation towards this May/June campaign will give disadvantaged children in Dejans, Haiti access to education by providing the uniform required for them to attend school.


It's easy as 1, 2, 3. As simple as do, re, mi.

Here's a quick run-down on how this whole thing works.







You've got mail.

Every donor receives an Impact Kit in the mail. Inside, you'll find a necklace stamped with the coordinates of where the child you've sent to school is sitting in class, an optional 360° headset to use with our Neighborly° app, and the Neighborly Manifesto Banner. Kits are packaged by those transitioning from homelessness in the USA.

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A window to the world, in your hand.

Meet the Neighborly° app that's reimagining charity. Track your impact with the coordinates provided in your Impact Kit. Via 360° technology, sit in class next to a child from the community where you've made an impact... all from your living room. Receive field update notifications proving how your donation is making a difference. We believe that when you see the world, your worldview changes. We're just putting the window to the world in the palm of your hand.

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Across the sea.

For children in developing countries, uniforms means education, empowerment, and even food. The small cost of a uniform made locally ensures that children are given access to life-altering education, thus lifting these kids from a cycle of poverty.

Across the street.

Employment means empowerment The bracelet's that we send you as a thank you, are handcrafted by our friends affected by homelessness so that your donation across the sea could make a difference across the street. This is a hand up, not a hand out.

For the record.

To your credit, we've helped 9 thousand kids gain access to quality education, in 4 countries, in over 50 different villages, all while helping to create 18 jobs both in the developing world by making uniforms locally and here in the USA by employing poeple transitioning from homelessness to create our Impact Kits. Cheers to the past behind and cheers to the progress ahead.








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