Meet Mose - the first official SHARE Dog!
Three cheers to Christopher McNamara for organizing a SHARE school supply drive at Markel Corporation in Redbank, New Jersey!
In August 2011, we checked the SHARE post office box and received an amazing surprise...a LAPTOP from an anonymous donor!
Thank you, anonymous person from Summit, New Jersey!
“Happy Hour for a Cause” was a sale of handmade jewelry to support the SHARE Scholars program! Let's show some love for our ★ FUN-RAISE-HER, Rae!
In October 2011, SHARE was honored to be recognized by the Mo' Hair Foundation for our work with African girls!
The BABE Rally is a unique fundraiser in which team members buy an old car for $500 or less, make it safe and legal, then drive it 1,500 miles from New York to New Orleans.
Never a dull moment working with Women's Global Connection! We met with our friends from WCG in San Antonio, Texas in spring 2012.
An inspiring meeting with US - Africa Children's Fellowship, a nonprofit that has sent 19 containers of educational materials to Africa!
New York City
Holding up the SHARE Banner at the United Nations inside a conference room.
From left to right: Iman, Jess, Shannon, Adele, and Bilaal.
August 5, 2011.
Thanks to the 5th grade class in Glenrock, New Jersey, for donating $50 to SHARE. The students voted to decide where their fundraising monies should be sent and they chose SHARE.
A big shout out to Maddie! Thanks for being helping a great teen volunteer and helping with our annual appeal.
The Watchung Warren Rotary celebrated Women's History Month by highlighting SHARE and pledging $200 each year, for the next 5 years, to total $1000!
Prateek, SHARE's Teen Star Volunteer, teaches the Headmistress how to use the Kahn Academy videos he downloaded onto drives for her school in Africa!
Meet Olivia, SHARE's Volunteer of the Week in January 2012.
Olivia, an 8th grader, raised $500 for SHARE by creating a candy jar guessing game. Thank you Olivia!
First Lady Michelle Obama congratulates Shannon McNamara on SHARE's success in promoting education in Africa.
Students across America are "FUN-draising" for SHARE, including C.R.A.F.T., which was founded by Kanya Shah.