From a classroom to children in need.
Students raising funds
Students from the following
schools have raised funds for FORGOTTEN CHILDREN,
specifically directed to helping children go to school instead of
going to work.
Lycee La Providence, Nice, France
- Lycee Rochambeau, French School, Bethesda, Maryland
- The Potomac School, McLean, Virginia
- Washington International School, Washington, D.C.
- Erwin Valley School, Pain Post, New York
Primary School, Kirintilloch, UK
- Club de
Francais, Crofton Middle School,
In a complex, global
environment, young people sometimes feel powerless about improving
the lives of those less fortunate. But children can help lives of those
less fortunate. Children can empower children. Students can help
students. FORGOTTEN CHILDREN has worked with educators around
the world to fundraise and to inspire youth to take action.
From a child to children in need
Without institutional support, young people can also
take individual actions. Here are two examples:
- Two brothers in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, raised $184 selling popcorn to pay
for the education of an orphan.
- A young girl from Florida, Raffaella, asked for her 11th birthday party that all gifts
be given to FORGOTTEN CHILDREN. Thanks to Raffaella, two orphan
sisters could go to school for their high school education
Mrs. Francoise Remington, Executive Director
North Edgewood Street
Phone: (703) 351-9270 Fax: