Global Empathy Now, Inc. NFP is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt charitable non-profit.
We aim to serve the underprivileged, raise awareness, and develop self-sustainability in a global framework.
We are advocates for empathy paired with action. This means we work to be cooperative listeners and committed givers, aiming to understand and involve those in need.
We do not take fees for our work. We apply donations directly toward the project at hand.
CHETI School has no home for its high school aged students. These children continue to score high on national testing, but have no proper high school in the area. This forces them to drop out, trek to further schools (some already enduring physical harm, sexual assault, violence); and setting back a hard-earned education.
There is an URGENT need to complete the CHETI High School Project in order to ensure the children's safety & a quality education.
If we do not complete this school by June 20, it cannot open; the children are forced back into dangerous circumstances.
Since 2010 Global Empathy Now has assisted CHETI School of Tanzania (500+ students) on an ongoing basis, providing the following:
Desks, books, and other educational resources
Food / lunch for students in need (now by Mom2Mom Africa)
Solar panels for access to energy and light in order to study and be safe at night
Financial assistance in providing access to clean water
Funds for school construction / re-construction / roofing / walls
Construction of the Global Empathy Now & Ian McKeever orphanage for at-risk children
Secondary School Construction
Give students the chance to attend high school
Location: East Africa
Population: ~55 million
74% of TZ children live in multidimensional poverty
29% of TZ children live in households below the monetary poverty line
26% of TZ children experience monetary and multidimensional poverty
Global Empathy Now is a qualified 501(c)3 tax exempt organization and donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. All donations are applied directly toward the children of the CHETI School of Arusha, Tanzania. GEN has no paid employees and is led by volunteers with a passion for change.
Thank you for your generosity.