The greatest wealth that can be given to a person is a love of learning. Thirst for knowledge lets us cultivate our greatest attributes and motivates us to know ourselves to achieve our life’s goals and survive life’s challenges. Education leads us toward solutions to the problems that impede social development.
Our Seeds Tomorrow is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of less fortunate people and ecology of the Himalaya (next generation) by equipping the next generation for tomorrow’s challenges. Our goals and prayers are that our efforts of empowerment are guided by God to heal and strengthen the children’s relationship with Him and with all people. Our service is to build schools where they are most needed and educate youth for tomorrow. We want them prepared to utilize their God-given abilities in conjunction with existing community resources.
WHY HAVE WE CHOSEN LIBERIA AS OUR FOCUS?
•A 14 year civil war destroyed all school and infrastructure in Liberia, killing thousands of Liberian and forcing them into displacement around the world.
•Our Mission is most importantly dedicated to universal education and the empowerment of less fortunate by contributing to the elimination of Illiteracy. Today more than 60% of the population in Liberia is illiterate.
•Presently 80% of Liberians (in Liberia) are still unemployed and a high majority of its citizens are still living in poverty with an average earning of $1.00 a day. Most have no running water or sewage systems; electricity is available in only 10% of the country and Internet service is generally unavailable.
•Since 2007 the first tier issue for the government has been security, peace, the rule of law, corruption, and sustaining economic growth. Education has not been a first tier issue.
•Even today, in 2013, the Government is still focusing on restructuring; however the illiteracy rate in Liberia is still very high in the poorer districts of the country where parents cannot even obtain $1.00 a day jobs.
•Six years after the civil war some schools were rebuilt but others are still in ruins and are unable to be occupied.
Our Seeds Press Release EBOLA Crisis October 4, 2014 At The Decatur Recreation Center 5:00 PM TO 8:30 PM (Press KIT)
August 13, 2014 EIN No. 46-2330301
EBOLA CRISIS AND EPIDEMIC
RELIEF EFFORTS: DONATIONS NEEDED
Our Seeds Tomorrow is actively engaged and monitoring the Ebola crisis in Liberia and surrounding West African countries. As a registered organization in the country of Liberia, Our Seeds Tomorrow is committed to helping provide assistance in the time of this need. People are suffering and we must be a solution to this epidemic.
The following supplies are needed to stem the ongoing crisis:
• Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
• Gowns, gloves, masks, goggles all for hospital use
• Cleaning , sanitizing & disinfecting supplies
• Non- perishable goods to include bottled water
Our plan is to send these items with the donations that we receive and ship the above items out as soon as possible. The goal is to raise $35,000 which can provide the above mentioned supplies and ship supply containers to Liberia.
Donations can be made through Sun Trust Bank Our Seeds Tomorrow Inc Ebola West Africa Acct# 100178011010 And PayPal directly through the organizations website: www.ourseedstomorrow.org.
Please feel free to email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com . This is a serious issue and cause Our Seeds Tomorrow supports and a worldwide humanitarian effort where your support is greatly appreciated. All donations are tax deductible.
Our Seeds Tomorrow Founder/ Executive Director
May 1, 2014 EIN: 46-2330301
RE: Major Community Back to School Educational Wellness Event
Dear Parents, General Public And Volunteers:
As the Founder/ Executive Director for Our Seeds Tomorrow, I am proud to announce a premier children’s educational event entitled What’s in the Doctor’s Bag event. This free, wacky, fun show for Atlanta school kids and parents includes a discussion about the importance of a healthy lifestyle. Neil Shuman M.D. the co-producer of the movie Doc Hollywood, staring M.J. Fox, is the presenter. Elementary aged children will receive a backpack filled with back to school supplies, and free health screenings will be provided for both children and parents. This event is our critical fundraising effort and it cannot be successful without contributions from friends like you as well as attending the event to show community support.
The event will take place July 26th at the Decatur Recreation Center located at 231 Sycamore Street, Decatur GA 30031.
Your attendance at this event to show community support and sponsorship can help make our 2014 What’s in the Doctor’s Bag an enormous success. Please visit www.ourseedstomorrow.org to learn more about this program and the mission and purpose of the organization. Please direct all inquiries to Dazia Fumbah, at 470-257-2600 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We truly appreciate your support. Thank you for contributing to our 2014 fundraising event. I know that you take a special interest in programs working with underserved youth.
Our Seeds Tomorrow Founder/ Executive Director
Atlanta Metropolitan & Clarkston Community Project
The mission of Our Seeds Tomorrow, Inc is not just in Liberia or third word Countries.It’s most importantly dedicated to universal education and empowerment of less fortunate by contributing to the elimination of illiteracy. Domestic Vision: The Clarkston County Serve as a diverse population made up of immigrants and naturalized citizens seeking to embark and possess the America dream of self -reliance and positive contributors to our vast growing communities. A partnership with the Atlanta Metropolitan and the City of Clarkston will allow Our Seeds Tomorrow, Inc to empower individuals thus challenging hegemonic assumptions and working as change agents within the community through health and wellness, education and other supportive services and resources valuable to the Alanta Metropolitan/Clarkston community. Our purpose is to assists individuals in need with a “hand up” instead of a hand out and through employment and training the impact will have an immediate improvement in the lives of our clients. Additional education is anticipated with at least 20 more persons volunteering to comply with our weekly service schedule. Your interest in Our Seeds Tomorrow proves that you are willing to help us combat the overwhelming statistics of illiteracy in these areas. Your partnership will play an essential role in providing resources in assisting us
Our Seeds Tomorrow is a movement that makes you move. Move to empower children to learn through providing educational assistance in the form of awareness programs. Encourage the parents of children by assisting with job placement and job readiness, housing assistance, and preventative wellness screenings. Our Movement is your movement, and your ability to move into action to help the lives of those impoverished within your community is the greatest need and service you can provide to your community, Make your move with Our Seeds Tomorrow.