TentED and veteran-led initiative, Adventure Not War, build learning spaces for displaced Yazidi children.
With a New Year upon us, I’d like to take the opportunity to thank you for your continued support and commitment to our feisty little initiative.
In the midst of the mundane misery and challenges of displacement, visitors have reason to feel both anguish and hope. This hope for a better future is why we continue supporting education for those displaced by war.
We’ve had a pretty good year so far. But we’re not done yet. Help us finish strong by raising $10,000 to advance education for children displaced by war.
In the midst of demanding times that stir the strongest passions, I’d like to share with you some happy news about TentED.
It’s time for TentED’s next project! Our goal is to raise $8,500 by November 7 to support a two-month informal education program for children displaced by the ongoing violence in Iraq.
Over 100 generous TentED supporters gave more than $15,000 to help ensure refugee children in a country far away have a shot at a decent education—and hopefully a better life.
TentED’s next project—our first as an independent organization—is one of our most ambitious yet. Our goal: outfit 10 classrooms in a school for refugee children with desks, chairs, whiteboards, and teaching materials.