|Why are scholarships important?||Scholarships are a key aspect of development as they directly invest into building human potential / capacity. Read more here|
|What is the goal of this site?||Mission:
Creating opportunities for promising and deserving African children and youth through the provision of scholarships.
|I would like to make a financial donation. How would I do so?||We welcome your desire to help. You can do make a financial donation through our main website. There you can make a donation online, sign up for recurring donations and also find instructions on how to mail a check / money order: Develop Africa's Donation Page.|
|How can I sponsor a child or a school?||We welcome your interest and involvement.
1. You can sponsor a child by making a donation here.
2. To sponsor a school or make a significant donation, please contact us.
|What are the other ways I can help?||Please see our How You Can Help Page|
|Will my donations be tax deductible?||Donations to the Promise of Hope Scholarship, a part of Develop Africa are tax deductible in the USA to the extent allowed by the law. Develop Africa is a 501c3 registered organization. Please consult your tax advisor for more information|
|How can I benefit from or apply for this scholarship?||We currently do not fund individual college or school tuition / scholarships outside of the Promise of Hope Scholarship. This scholarship currently operates in specific schools / communities.|
|How will funds be used?||Funds will be used to provide a tuition and book scholarship. This website has been put together by Develop Africa - a 501c3 US registered non-profit organization.|
|I would like to become a Coordinator? How can I apply to become one?||We welcome all serious inquiries. Please contact us explaining why you are interested in becoming a Coordinator. Be sure to tell us about your background, experience etc.|
|Can I collect / donate other items such as school supplies or children's books?||Yes. These items are much appreciated, provided you also help to ship them to Africa.
Please see these pages on our other site: -
- Collect School Supplies