Let's Send These Kids to School

CHANGING THE LIVES OF YOUNG 
             UGANDAN ADULTS
          THROUGH EDUCATION


 
 
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YOUR HELP WILL CHANGE A LIFE!


RAISING SHILLINGS, RAISING HOPE



Join us on Friday, December 7 at 7pm


when award winning cabaret artist CELIA BERK and acclaimed actress
MARGARET COLIN  perform in our fourth annual fundraiser 

AND MORE!


​​SAINT LUKE'S LUTHERAN CHURCH  308 WEST 46 ST
                                                                                     off 8th ave

RECEPTION FOLLOWING AT 8 pm
          in the church lounge with food and wine from local restaurants and 
          music provided by pianist MARY ELIZABETH POORE




$30 suggested donation at the door


  ADVANCED TICKETS

doors open at 6:15 with a special preconcert by pianist PRESTON SMITH at 6:30

A Community of Caring Individuals 

The cast of "A Million Shillings More" performs the closing number "Seasons of Love" at our annual fundraising benefit at Saint Luke's Lutheran Church in midtown Manhattan.

Following an hour of song and music, the evening continued with a wine and food reception featuring donated food from eateries on Restaurant Row and a raffle of donated items from various New York businesses and artists.



Founder Richard Nesbit Interviewed by LSTKTS Student Francis Kumakech

In this video, Let's Send These Kids to School university student Francis Kumakech interviews founder/president Richard Nesbit at the Padre Pio Monastery in Kabulamuliro, Uganda on July 29, 2018 during his recent visit.
​​ The Gratitude of our Students
Students Francis Kumakech,  John Deng, John Dundi, Faith Ryaka, and Oscar Ongwen express their gratitude to the donors of Let's Send These Kids to School in a brief Interview on July 29, 2018.

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A semester in high school, trade school, or college can cost less than $700 USD in Uganda.

By donating today, you can help secure the education of a long-suffering young African refugee or orphan who desperately wants to improve their life through education.  Any amount is appreciated, $10, $25, $50, $100, anything that will get us closer to our $700 goal per student.




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