As part of our mission to make language education accessible to all children, we conduct community outreach programs, provide ESL kits, and preserve languages.
We conduct community outreach programs at libraries, museums, and schools to expose even more children to foreign language learning.
We donate our ESL curriculum kits to schools in the U.S. and abroad making it easy for teachers to include world language education as part of their regular teaching program. Children at two different schools in Harare, Zimbabwe, have learned English with our curriculum materials. Children in Argentina are benefiting from the use of our kits to learn English too.
We preserve languages that are in risk of extinction. Teachers at the Little Wound Elementary School in South Dakota helped us to translate our kits to Lakota, and are now using the materials to help preserve their students’ cultural heritage by teaching them the Lakota language.
“At recess today, my students made a hopscotch with chalk and jumped and counted in
Lakota while they were playing. So cute! Thank you again for making this possible!”
– Natalie, recipient of donated teaching kit in South Dakota
If you are interested in our Kits Around the World programs, please reach out to us.
Lastly, these initiatives are funded entirely through tax-deductible donations and our annual silent auction fundraiser. If you would like to make a donation to support these projects, please click here.