Short-term service teams, social fundraisers, school-to-school learning, and church offerings are some of the many ways your unique gifts can help advance Christ-centred education for children worldwide.
Helping Another Nation Develop Schools: a short-term service team that grows your view of God and schools around the world. Whether you have construction experience or not, we have a place for you.
If you want to transform education, start with teachers and leaders. One-on-one mentoring, seminars, and workshops equip educators with the skills and tools they need to transform education at the classroom, school, and organizational level.
Good neighbours are the heartbeat of their community – and members of The Neighbourhood are the heartbeat of EduDeo. Your regular giving is something we can depend on – and ensures we can continue our work month after month, year after year.
Give your students a global perspective and build relationships with other schools around the world. We have opportunities for school HANDS teams, project-based learning, assembly presentations, and more.
Your church family is an important part of the EduDeo family. We love connecting with elders and deacons, youth groups, and congregations to build your church’s global impact.
Participate in a Hamilton-based, family-friendly race the first weekend in November. Join over 200 people passionate about sharing EduDeo’s cause and having fun at the same time.
By far the best moments on the trip were the times we spent with the kids. To whoever is considering going on a HANDS team, DO IT! It will be the best decision you will ever make. I never have and never will regret being on a HANDS team.
– Alex, HANDS team member, 2019
EduDeo provides a unique opportunity for our students to learn about students around the world and to help meet their needs. Students are reminded that… they can be praying for and thinking about those students who will be blessed by the money that is raised.
– Nicole, teacher at Dunnville Christian School
Participating in Road2Hope has become a family tradition for us which began in 2010 with my first race. Cheering each other on towards personal bests, celebrating good works both locally and globally, and supporting the furthering of Gospel-centred education around the world is a cause which brings us great joy.
– Allison, Road2Hope participant