Your school can make a difference
Education is an important part of Palestinian culture. And with youth making up 60% of the population, there are tons of Palestinian students just like you hoping for the opportunities that come with learning a new language, exploring social media, or traveling to a new country. There are enormous challenges in their way, but the good news is that you and your school can help.
Sponsor a Program
Fundraising can be hard work, but the money you collect, however much, will help us change the lives of the youth we work with in Palestine. The first thing you’ll want to do is set up a fundraising page with our partner CanadaHelps. Customize your page for your school and ask your fellow fundraisers to share it with all their friends on Facebook and Twitter. That’s thousands of people you can reach, and the donations you receive will go straight to Project Hope and our vital community programs.
Pick a program, make a plan, and get started! Feel free to contact us at any point if you’d like to learn more about our work and how your school can support it.
Help us reach our goal
Every month, between 20 and 40 hard-working Palestinian volunteers, most of them students like you, help make our classes and activities a success. Our goal is to raise US $10,000 in order to run a new local volunteer training program for one year. It will enable us to give our Palestinian student volunteers the skills and resources they need to succeed, as well as provide them with monthly pocket money for travel and other expenses, so that no local volunteer or student is ever excluded for to financial reasons.
We’re always interested in supporting exhibitions, performances and talks. We have useful material, so contact us if you plan to host an event. We can supply artwork, photography, and — if logistics allow — a Project Hope representative to provide your audience with unique insight into our work and life in the West Bank.
Have another idea?
If you have another idea for how you’d like to partner your class or school with Project Hope, then please contact us. We’d love to hear from you.