Team SHARE traveled to Tanzania for the fifth time in summer 2012, and the trip was a huge success!

Smoke detectors were donated to Hekima Girls' Secondary School in Tanzania in memory of Jim Farley, who was a volunteer firefighter, SHARE supporter, friend, and wonderful human being!

In 2011, SHARE built a spacious new dining hall, capable of seating up to 1,000 people, at Hekima Girls School in Bukoba, Tanzania.

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.

Tanzanian girls for SHARE in Africa and girls' education

Thanks to the Somerset Hills YMCA in Basking Ridge, New Jersey for inviting SHARE to participate in their summer teen volunteer program.

The SHARE girls were so grateful for the 10 laptop computers we delivered in August!  Special shout out to Meg Robbins for securing this donation from Kent Place School in New Jersey.

Oprah Winfrey

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.

SHARE on The Nate Berkus Show

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

SHARE on One on One with Steve Adubato

Steve Adubato interviews Shannon on his program. Video here

Tiffany Thorton

Actress Tiffany Thornton, television star on the Disney Channel’s “Sonny With A Chance,” was introduced to SHARE's work in Africa at the AllyKatzz Teen Summit in New York City on October 10, 2010.

Alana Beard

Alana Beard, professional basketball player for the Washington Mystics and an WNBA All-Star, learned of SHARE's efforts to empower girls in Tanzania while at the United Nations Foundation Girl Up P