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Reducing Child Labor - Buenos Aires

$4,000
47%
Raised toward our $8,500 Goal
39 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on March 11, at 01:00 AM CDT
Project Owners

Reducing Child Labor - Buenos Aires

We are the UT Dallas Global Leadership Executive MBA cohort, Class of 2019. We want to make a global impact prior to the start of our international study tour in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Our idea originated out of a desire to reduce child labor - a problem that affects millions of innocent children. 

By volunteering with Obra del Padre Mario, a private grassroots foundation, we are setting an example that as business leaders we must all do our part in reducing and preventing child labor.  We have two initiatives to accomplish - provide Wi-Fi to thousands of students at a local high school and restore a local dining hall that feeds 200 children (between the ages of 2 - 5) daily. 

We need your help to support our goals and to make a lasting impact on many children. No donation is too small. The funds will all go directly to our initiatives in paying for the Wi-Fi hardware and supplies to clean and paint the dining hall as well as to provide books and supplies to the children.

Please Join Us in Making an Impact!

EDUCATION FOR ALL

Our way
of Thanking You

$50

A Personal Thank You

A Personal Thank you will be provided by the students so you always remember how you made an Impact on many children's lives for many years into the future.

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Estimated Delivery: May 2019

$100

A Special Gift from BA

A special gift made in Buenos Aires symbolizing making an impact will be brought back to UT Dallas and given to our sponsors who make this donation amount so you can always remember the Impact you made.

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Estimated Delivery: May 2019

$500

A High Tech Framed Photo

This personalized high tech frame with photo will be hand delivered with great honor to display the volunteer work and Impact GLEMBA 2019 accomplished with your support.

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Estimated Delivery: May 2019