​Empowerment Through Education

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If contributing for a specific item within a program, email moiramadonia@edpowerment.org 
to indicate your intention. Specific sponsorships are possible. 
​Tommorrow's Scholar Leader Sponsorship Program

Currently supports nearly 40 students in O level secondary school, A level high school, vocational training and university certificate and degree programs. 

  • $1,200-1,500 range of annual costs for private secondary/high school including fees and personal expenses [$100-125 month]
  • $1,000-1,500 range of annual costs for an advanced certificate or vocational degree [$83-125 month]
  • $3,000-5,000 range of annual costs for university studies if a government loan is not secured. These loans are granted randomly, but can defray up to 60% of costs.

Connects Autism Tanzania

General Fund

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Giving Opportunities

EdPowerment's range of programs offers many giving opportunities for all budgets and intentions. Donors may make a general donation to EdPowerment or target one of our three initiatives.

All donations are tax deductible: EIN 27-201-7667.

Donations can be sent to

P.O. BOX 641
Saddle River, NJ 07458

Or click the links below to make a secure donation online.

Kilimahewa Centre for Education

Connects Autism Tanzania

A newly registered Tanzanian NGO, formerly our Autism Connects Tanzania program, its mission remains (1) to educate guardians, teachers and others who serve individuals with autism and co-occurring conditions, and (2) to advocate for broad-based change in the way Tanzanian society and schools treat this population.

  • $8,000  projected cost of 2016 World Autism Awareness Day marches across Northern Tanzania
  • $2,000  projected cost of 2016 Youth Program to place young autistic adults in corporations that have been coached.
  • $750  cost to develop a more effective informational and networking English/Swahili website for the Tanzanian community 
  • $1,500  cost of a workshop on specific educational topics for teachers, guardians and/or government officers.
  • $1,000  cost of a media advocacy/awareness campaign on autism

Tomorrow’s Scholar-Leader Sponsorships

Kilimahewa Educational Center:

Serves local villagers across the learning spectrum including youth with special learning needs, teens excluded from formal education, young adults and local farmers seeking English, computer and agri-business skills.

  • $5-25  average price of a review book/text book
  • $3 - 15 cost of a Kilimahewa library book
  • $75 monthly cost of Mama Asha, our lunch cook
  • $215 monthly security cost for water project/computers etc.
  • $450-600 monthly salary of a qualified Tanzanian teacher
  • $800 cost of the annual Kilimahewa Enrichment Camp that brings US educators and hands-on learning to 100 village teenagers.