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Digital 5K - Destroying the Digital Divide

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Join to raise US $5,000 for digital tablets for EKAL's 1-teacher schools in 10 villages.

Short Summary

Can you join me in supporting digital education in rural India?

I am Ritvik Shah, a 10th grade student from Pittsburgh, PA. I have volunteered for EKAL for the past 4 years. This year, due to CoronoVirus [COVID19], all EKAL fundraising events have been cancelled. However, 100,000 villages where EKAL runs 1-teacher schools still need our help. That's why, I am starting a modest online campaign to raise $ 5,000 to fund digital tablets for 10 villages.

Join me in changing the trajectory of these rural and tribal kids!

What You Need & What You Get

I plan to raise $ 5,000 for digital tablets for 10 villages.

It costs $500 per EKAL school and supports 3 digital tablets plus education material for 3 years.

Can you pitch in? Any amount is helpful but if you can try giving atleast $ 25.

The Impact

Ekal educates approx. 30 kids per EKAL school.

You have the power to change lives of approx. 300 kids and through them their families and villages.

Other Ways You Can Help

If you can’t contribute, but that doesn’t mean you can’t help:

  • Can you ask your friends and family to get the word out and make some noise about this campaign?
  • Can share via social media tools [SnapChat, Slack] and word of mouth?

Do your bit! Give the gift of digital education!

 

Campaign by


Ritvik Shah

$3,314 USD

Raised of $5,000 Goal
66%
135 days left

Campaign started: March 23, 2020
Campaign closes: November 21, 2020 (11:59 pm PST)

 

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Donors

Atul

Boyds, MD

$100

USD

Anshul

San Diego , CA

$50

USD

Anonymous

Sudbury, MA

$50

USD

Anonymous

Bethesda, MD

$50

USD

Vinodkumar

Solon, OH

$50

USD

Help make it happen

Your contribution will go a long way in bringing smiles to children across rural and tribal India.
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