Crack the Code for Students Around the World

How does a computer in a classroom change a student’s learning environment?

For many students around the world, computers only exist when they’re drawn on a piece of paper, hanging on a classroom wall. Some students go through computer education without ever laying their hands on a keyboard or seeing what a computer looks like up close.

We need your help to change that.

Technology is an essential part of preparing students to live in a digital world. Giving students the opportunity to learn computer skills in the classroom – regardless of their economic situation – is one of the things that makes the Kingdom of Christ shine in communities.

This year, join us as we work with our partners in the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, and Zambia to make their dream of technology in classrooms a reality.

Our Goal

To raise $55,000 for technology projects: 100 Raspberry Pi’s in classrooms
and faith + technology training in the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, and Zambia

Our Progress


Raspberry Pi's


Canadian Schools


Dollars Raised



It’s a credit-card-sized computer that is affordable, durable, and uses little energy
– perfect for our partner schools. Watch this video to learn more.

How Canadian schools can get involved

Join us 3.14 for fast 55

Join the Grade Seven class at Providence Christian School in Dundas, Ontario the week of March 13 as we celebrate Pi Day with a technology fast. Gather sponsors as your class goes without screen technology for 55 hours – and get a taste of life without tech in the classroom.

Run the Race

Challenge your school to lace up their sneakers, make a difference, and raise funds by signing up for Road2Hope: School Edition. All funds raised from Road2Hope: School Edition will go towards meeting the goal for The Pi Plan.

Get Creative

Maybe March 13 doesn’t work for you. Maybe you’re not a runner. You can get creative! A celebration of technology day? A raspberry pi bake sale? We can’t wait to see what you come up with.

Learn More

Read our faith and technology stories, invite Ryan to come visit or Skype your classroom, or reach out for other ways you and your class can get involved.

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