Fraternity without Borders has several initiatives focused on practical actions that contribute to the fraternal learning process, both as participating institutions (schools, universities, courses, etc.) and in FWB’s humanitarian projects that involve the area of Education. If you are part of or represent any educational institution, you are very welcome!
We have some initiatives and suggestions. Choose the one that best fits your goals and possibilities.
Bottles are scattered around schools and encourage children and teenagers from kindergarten to high school to donate resources or bottle caps for recycling. All resources are directed to the educational needs of FWB projects, mainly in Africa. During the period of participation, the institution receives the “Fraternal Education” stamp.
The educational institution can sponsor as a Legal Entity, starting at R$500.00 per month. All resources will be directed to the educational purpose of the FSF projects’ needs and the institution will receive the “Sponsor Company” seal. And you can still choose specific initiatives to help, such as: Ubuntu School (from the Ubuntu Nation project); or University Youth (from the Acolher Mozambique project).
Experience humanitarian work in loco, in FWB projects, with a focus on Education. Besides the FWB’s official agenda, which prioritizes professionals in the area, it is possible to make a specific agenda with groups of professionals from your institution.
At the time of enrollment parents or students adhere to a certain percentage (established by the institution) of the student’s monthly fee, to be donated to the FWB – which will allocate it to educational needs in its humanitarian aid projects. During the period of participation, the institution receives the “Fraternal Education” seal.
Voluntary initiatives can be created with students and professionals in the area, to collect resources or school materials and equipment, to be directed to FWB’s humanitarian projects, mainly in Africa; encouraging and forming a fraternal mentality and expanding the institution’s educational contribution. During the period of participation, the institution receives the “Fraternal Education” seal.
For students (via partnership with educational tourism agencies). High school students will get to know the educational reality of the Ubuntu Nation project in loco, through institutions that have partnered with agencies specialized in educational tourism. This can be an investment by parents, by the institution, or even a fund-raising action by the students or the institution itself. FWB will monitor and welcome the professionals and students, and will offer a certificate to the participants, recording the humanitarian experience.
After joining some of our initiatives, the educational institution receives a seal from the FWB, specifying the period of participation in the Program, which can be used to publicize the institution itself. In addition, if authorized, your brand will also be published on this page, validating the social commitment of your institution.
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