ADCAM has grown from an orphanage to a school educating 502 students and training nearly 1,400 youth and families.
Badi School, Panama
Starting as a kindergarten in a carport, Badi is now a K-12 school renowned for its excellence in academics, arts and music.
Barli Institute, India
We’ve helped Barli educate over 14,800 young rural and tribal women to become agents of change in their villages.
This amazing project offers high quality early childhood education to over 1,700 children across Mongolia.
New Horizon, Haiti
We have helped this community led project to become a K-12 plus a vocational training center with 450 students.
Parent University, United States
Founded in 2000, Parent University trains over 900 parents of young children on both parenting and life skills.
Programme for Children, Sierra Leone
For 15 years this program has built over 20 schools, provided books and school supplies, allowing children to continue their education.
We’ve helped scale quality education to over 3,500 rural and slum schools serving 391,050 of the poorest in India.
Starfish International, Gambia
Founded in 2008, Starfish International’s mission is to empower Gambian girls by providing them with advanced education.
Sunflower Mission, Vietnam
We’ve helped build many schools in remote villages and provide scholarships to students - elementary through college.
Badi Foundation, Macau
We’ve helped Badi support women-led, community-based organizations to address the urgent needs of their local villages.
Piru-RanchoSespe, United States
A quality summer camp for the children of migrant workers to help them academically and engage them in community service.
Tarzana, United States
We've supported the education of hundreds of immigrant and migrant children in an after-school program at Tarzana School.
Townshend, Czech Republic
Townshend applies holistic educational principles to develop students' potential academically, intellectually, and spiritually.
Georges Marcellus, Haiti
We’ve helped this school to grow from 20 students to a K-6 grade, serving 200 students in one of the poorest villages of Haiti.