The After School Project

Provide an opportunity for growth with a donation to the One Refugee Child Education Fund..

The After School Project

$ 125.00
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Donation Total: $125.00 One Time


After school programs benefit and educate children in ways the normal classrooms cannot. It’s shown that staying active and stimulated throughout the day keeps children safe and helps with proper development. Unfortunately, many refugee children are unable to attend these Turkish schools and after school programs due to lack of funds.


Volunteer organizations such as ReVi are a tremendous help to provide the basic after school structure for these children, however, they need more outside support to continue to operate and support the growing number of refugee children. With your donation, we’ll work alongside ReVi to continue to support these kids – with school supplies to help learning, snacks and drinks to help energize and special items to help celebrate their monthly birthday parties. Help give these children their right to continued education through proper after school programs.

Our Partners

ReVi –  Refugee Volunteers of Izmir

We’re a group of Syrian, Turkish and international volunteers helping families through job opportunities, education and emergency aid in Izmir, Turkey. We support 489 families.  We run two kindergarten schools for 120+ children. We have hired five Syrian teachers from the community and we have classes Monday – Friday. We teach Arabic, Math, Arts, Dance and plenty of play time. The teachers work closely with the families of the children older than seven to get them registered into a Turkish School.

Project Funding

One Refugee Child raises funds for projects in areas that are subject to shifting governmental policies and dynamic circumstances. If the scope of an One Refugee Child project changes, or needs to be changed due to shifting circumstances on the ground, One Refugee Child will provide documentation of the situation.  One Refugee Child may use funds from one project in the same category to fund similar projects in that category or from the general fund if the need arises and it is not to the determent of the original project.