Give Children A Choice's mission is to build and fill preschools with children in Asia. We work hard to develop and operate under a set of very important principles that makes us the most efficient and effective non-profit on the planet. Our primary objective is to raise the educational achievement for elementary school girls and preschool children during the critical formative years of learning.
With the assistance of our donors, government officials, partner organizations, and the villages where each project is located, our work merely begins once each structure itself has been built. After completing the preschool, we take a series of crucial "next steps" to ensure the success of each project we develop.
First, we work with village officials and the parents to emphasize the need for all children to have an education. We promote children's health, hygiene and nutrition as a critical component of a good education. We provide the necessary funding and supplies and ensure that teachers are trained and in place. We work hard to ensure all eligible children are registered for preschool.
We are proud of our ever-growing list of completed projects. This pride is on display throughout this website, where each finished project is presented in words and photos. Nothing makes us smile more than the opportunity to give children choices by offering them a better life via an education.
Read on and learn more about what we do for the less fortunate children of Asia. We encourage you to travel with us on our Voluntour Trips and be part of our life-changing experience.
'It's pretty easy to get passionate about helping when you see living conditions firsthand. I am so thankful that you have the infrastructure already established so it will be easier for those of us who are arriving late to the cause. I have so many images in my head from our trip and I know over time that I will lose most of them, unfortunately. However, I don't think I'll ever forget the feelings of exhilaration and heartbreak, nor the desire to help make a difference.'