Over the past decade, thousands of SHARE volunteers from around the world have collected, sorted, labeled, boxed, and shipped over 33,0000 donated children’s books, and 15,000 classroom supplies fo
This is SHARE’s inaugural library, the first of nine libraries, opened in July 2008.
Kagemu Secondary School in Tanzania has 900 students and teachers, but before SHARE, there was no school library! In July 2009, SHARE renovated a classroom and equipped it with thousands of books
SHARE has created many school libraries since 2008.
SHARE in Africa has donated science books and school supplies to the school library at the Kajificheni Primary School in Zanzibar in 2009 and 2010. Farashuu H.
SHARE has donated hundreds of children's books and school supplies in recent years to the new library at a feeding center in Malawi.
Team SHARE traveled to Tanzania for the fifth time in summer 2012, and the trip was a huge success!
Khan Academy provides a free collection of 4,000+ video tutorials in mathematics, physics, computer science, etc. The videos provide “a free world class education for anyone anywhere.”
SHARE donated Beanie Babies (stuffed toys) to the Itahwa Buresha Nursery School in Tanzania. This nursery school is mostly made up of orphans being taken care of by neighbors and extended family.
Thanks to the Somerset Hills YMCA in Basking Ridge, New Jersey for inviting SHARE to participate in their summer teen volunteer program.
SHARE was honored to be invited to speak at the 2014 Youth Leadership Conference in Limerick, Ireland! What an inspiring event, and what a fantastic audience of young leaders!
Cheers to Oprah Winfrey for helping spread awareness for girls' education in Africa. SHARE's founder was interviewed on Oprah Radio and SHARE's work was published on the Oprah’s Angel Network.
Thanks to the support of donors like you, SHARE has supplied tables and chairs to seat 1000 students in SHARE's Capps Centre, bunk beds in the new dormitory, and desks in numerous Tanzanian school
SHARE founder, Shannon McNamara, was a guest on The Nate Berkus Show in February 2011. Shannon was asked about her efforts with SHARE, a nonprofit organiza