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"SHARE in Africa" supporters at the U.N.

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.

Class donated $50 to "SHARE in Africa" for girls education in Tanzania

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.

Maddie volunteered for "SHARE in Africa"

A big shout out to Maddie! Thanks for being helping a great teen volunteer and helping with our annual appeal.

"SHARE in Africa" highlighted by Teen Vogue for empowering girls through education

Teen Vogue highlighted the work of SHARE in its "Giving Back" column!

Rotary club highlighted "SHARE in Africa" for its work with education in Tanzania

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 helping Hekima Girls School headmistress

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!

Olivia helps raise money for girls education in Tanzania through "SHARE 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!
 

Michelle Obama

First Lady Michelle Obama congratulates Shannon McNamara on SHARE's success in promoting education in Africa.

C.R.A.F.T is fundraising for "SHARE in Africa" to help girls education in Tanzania

Students across America are "FUN-draising" for SHARE, including C.R.A.F.T., which was founded by Kanya Shah.

 

John Bayeux, a dedicated SHARE volunteer, talks about his experience with SHARE and how it has affected him.

Sister Esther, Headmistress of Hekima’s Secondary School in Tanzania, spoke to an audience on 100 at the SHARE event Cupcakes for a Cause on April 25th, 2012.

Shannon Speaks at the UN Girl Up MTV Reception