Your generous support will go directly to South Sudan for the Marial Bai Secondary School, the first phase of Valentino's project to create a 18-building educational center in his hometown of Marial Bai.
Send a gift! A donation to Valentino's school in South Sudan makes a great gift. You can even sponsor a girl's scholarship on a loved one's behalf. After making your donation below, email their contact info to email@example.com. We'll send them a letter, letting them know that you supported Valentino's foundation in their name.
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$9 provides one student with a backpack full of school supplies for a year
$21 monthly donationsponsors the basic needs of a student at Marial Bai Secondary School. To sign up for a monthly donation in any other custom amount, email us.
$30 provides one student with a full set of textbooks
$75 provides one laboratory set of science equipment
$300 provides a girl's scholarship for a year
$500 provides the school with one energy-efficient laptop computer
$1,500 builds a teacher's house at the teacher-training college
$5,000 pays a teacher’s salary for one year
You can also mail your donation to:
The Valentino Achak Deng Foundation
849 Valencia St.
San Francisco, CA 94110
The Valentino Achak Deng Foundation is a registered tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization—as a small nonprofit with low overhead, a small staff, and salaries paid through grants, 100% of every donation goes straight to South Sudan.
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History of the Foundation
Founders and staff
Community development in South Sudan
Working with the South Sudanese diaspora in the U.S.
Advocacy on South Sudan policy
Comments from other authors
Interview with Dave Eggers and Valentino Achak Deng