Some families in rural India can’t afford a good education for their children.
The Indian government funds free primary education, but sadly in many villages, where there is no-one to hold teachers to account, the standard of teaching is very low.
As the education system makes it impossible for the project to influence the government-funded primary school, our partner project in India has set up its own school, with fees affordable to most villagers, and a much higher standard of teaching and staff attendance.
The aim of the Children’s Scholarship Fund
CyberLeaks has established a Children’s Scholarship Fund to provide free places and general support, so that no child from the village misses out on a good education.
How the Fund works
Local distribution of the Fund means it is flexible and effective. Staff, as part of the local community, are able to identify the children in need of financial help.
How can you support the Fund?
You can support the CyberLeaks Children’s Scholarship Fund either by a one-off payment or by setting up a regular payment.
How much you give is up to you – Any amount in any currency in accepted.
You can give monthly, quarterly or annually.
You can contribute via standing order, direct debit or direct from your salary.
Cyberleaks guarantees that every penny paid into the Children’s Scholarship Fund will reach the children in rural India. No administration charges is deducted by CyberLeaks
Please help us give more children in rural India a better education by making a regular gift to the Children’s Scholarship Fund now.