When a girl receives an education, it’s not just her that’s impacted. She positively impacts her family, her community, and even her entire country. But around the world, many girls are not currently in school & some of them won’t ever set foot in a classroom. Join schools across Canada as they raise funds and awareness for girl’s education in the Dominican Republic and Zambia.
Sign up your class or entire school to get active and support Christ-centred education around the world. Choose whatever activities are best for you, set goals, get pledges, track your progress, and win badges! We’ll provide you with the online platform and all the materials you need to help you GO!
Want to give your students a life, heart, and mind-shaping international experience? Sign them up for School HANDS. With opportunities for short-term missions, relationship building, and international learning, there’s a HANDS experience for everyone.
Participate in a unique project-based learning opportunity to collaborate with a class in an EduDeo partner country to write and illustrate a story. When the project ends, your class and your partner class will each receive copies of the book, as well as a deeper understanding of another culture.
Looking for a unique professional development opportunity that will grow your perspective and world? Join us and your fellow Canadian educators as we travel to meet teachers, visit classrooms, and learn more about global Christ-centred education.
Is your class studying international development? Do you want your students to know what education is like in the majority world? We love giving presentations to classes and entire schools about EduDeo’s work and how we can grow your students’ cultural intelligence together.
We wanted to find a unique way to connect students from Trinity Christian School to our sister school, La Esperanza, in the Dominican Republic. We partnered with EduDeo Ministries to jointly write and illustrate a story. This challenged us to explore what life might be like in each other’s cultures and learn to appreciate the similarities and differences we face.
– Audrey, teacher, Write to Hope participant
I would say the biggest spiritual impact this trip had on me was to remind me of how much more I want to bring God into my classroom. I sat in on a Math lesson where the teacher so naturally pointed to the graph on the chalkboard and started talking about how we are imperfect reflections of God. It was a good eye-opening moment for me.
– Kayla, 2019 Discover & Learn participant
From the minute I heard about this [Discover & Learn] trip, I knew I wanted to come. I didn't really understand why I felt such a strong pull towards a place I'd never been to, but I know God has His reasons.
– Nadine, 2019 Discover & Learn participant