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A family friendly event - Summit Australia’s highest mountain for a cause - to help provide a child with quality education and a community with hope and empowerment.
Join us in celebrating 10 years of School for Life at our biggest and most incredible Black Tie Ball yet! Tickets include an unforgettable evening with a 3 course meal, unlimited beverages and entertainment.
Teachers are the backbone of our foundation. Our focus is on providing quality education and we can only do this by hiring, developing and retaining the best teachers in Uganda.
Get outside your comfort zone and summit the world's highest freestanding mountain, Mt Kilimanjaro.
This is a chance for you and your child to experience, together, the joys of connecting and giving for good as you work to fundraise for girls' education.
At School for Life, we are dedicated to eradicating poverty through the power of education.
Every, single child who has the chance to go to school will have the chance to change the course of their lives and the future of their communities. A community with education at its heart can become a force for social change and economic progression in a nation.
With a purpose-built school, qualified teachers and healthy, nurtured children, we know that anything is possible.
We are School for Life - educating to end poverty and transform lives.
Education Is Just The Beginning
School for Life has been built on the joint principles of capacity development and community empowerment. This means we provide a hand-up not a hand-out.
We believe that education can change everything and we aim to provide a high-quality education to those who need it most, so they can have an impact and change the communities where they live.
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