Good neighbours are the heartbeat of their community and members of The Neighbourhood are the heartbeat of EduDeo.
We love to count on our neighbours. We can do amazing things when we know you’re showing up. Knowing your monthly generosity is behind us, EduDeo and its partners can make sustainable, long-term plans for the future.
Small acts of kindness to our neighbours have long-lasting impacts. It’s the same with monthly giving at EduDeo. Your generous giving month after month, no matter the size, makes a big impact for schools and all the teachers, students, families, and community members they support.
When you're a member of The Neighbourhood, you're an active participant in EduDeo’s vision — to see every community transformed by the Gospel. That includes you and your community.
Give where your heart is: Belize, the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, or Zambia. You can pick a single country, or select multiples.
There's no minimum donation amount you can give because we never want monthly giving to feel out of reach. Any amount you choose to give goes a long way to bless schools and communities.
We promise to show you how your gift is making a difference for your neighbours through exclusive stories, videos, and more from the region you've selected.
Meet Florence, the Zambian principal who inspired The Neighbourhood's slogan: "A school needs its community to stand."
It wasn't anything revoluntionary for her, it just made sense. Florence's school - Mwase Primary - is intrinsically connected to its community. Without the community's support, many of Mwase's buildings wouldn't exist. And without the school, many children may never even step foot in a classroom. Mwase needs its community, and the community needs Mwase.
This is the vision we have for schools, communities, and neighbourhoods around the world. Communities standing with schools and schools standing with communities. Global neighbours standing with global neighbours.
Become a monthly donor today to make Florence's reality the same reality for more schools and communities around the world.Sign Up