STELAS

by STELAS on January 29, 2010

STELAS will begin blogging soon about children’s literacy projects, volunteer opportunities and scholarships .

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1 Viviane Sangbe March 18, 2010 at 2:05 am

To every member of the Stelas organization,

You just rock!! You will never imagine how moved I was by all the I saw on your website. I am a firm believer in giving back and in making a difference. Keep on doing what you do because you are changing our world and making it a better place. There is nothing liking taking care of our children and youth. They represent the next generation who will take the baton. You are all just amazing :)

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2 Devin Hardy March 23, 2010 at 7:50 pm

I am so amazed at what all charity organizations do for these forigen country children. It is shocking to see the otherside of the world living in solverny. As fourth students here in the United States having everything from a place to sit, paper to write on, and tons of books to read no matter what economic category your in we have it all in the US, but yet we have children who have nothing but a straw shelter to keep them learning. Therfore, organizations like this one keep our future going in helping them acheive goals they never accuired for.

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3 Prnces Regina March 24, 2010 at 12:47 pm

I’m very excited and eager to donate to an Organization like Stelas. This Organization opened our eyes to the kind of struggles these children have to face everyday that we take for granted. With no one to help them financially how can they achieve there dreams to be able to provide for there families. When a child looks at you and only asks for clean water, some paper or a book to learn with or even a school house instead of a straw hut . How can we say NO !! So I was impressed that his organization has raised money for a well to be built, and continues to try and get donations fo provide books and school supplies as well as trying hard to have enough mony to built a school house for these children. I believe that this is achieveable if we all donate what we can, small or large every bit counts for the future of generations to come.

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4 carol beasley March 25, 2010 at 7:51 am

What an incredible opportunity to get involved with an organization that is helping to improve the lives of others. We take so much for granted; to be able to pick up a book and read; to run clean water any time of the day, to have a nice soft bed and a roof over our heads at night! Wow! At the end of our lives it’s not about how much we accumilated for ourselves, but what we did to help others, to make a mark on the world, to leave a legacy!

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5 veronica ramirez March 25, 2010 at 4:21 pm

stelas is doing such a wonderful thing. I never realized how lucky we are here in the U.S. when it comes to education, utilities,food and just life in general. Everyday we sit here complian how bad our school and gov. are but at least we have schools to send our kids to. They have books aid conditioning supplies and desk i can go on and on. These poor kids deserve some help and a chance at life as we know it. next time you thinking about complining about medical care or education or just life in general think about thess poor kids and their families.

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6 Torey March 25, 2010 at 5:32 pm

Kudos to this organization! Living in the US has me greatly appreciating the opportunity given to me by my parents — it was without question that I would be financially supported for all my schooling until I finished undergraduate studies. Too many young minds are wasted by an under appreciation for formal education in this country and by lack of opportunity in 2nd and 3rd world countries….the work of this group needs to be spread to as many people and organizations — not only to sustain financial resources needed to sponsor deserving children, but also to spark awareness of the importance education is to one’s life.

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7 Chriss March 28, 2010 at 1:16 pm

I represent and work at an orphanage in Thailand and Stela’s has supported the children in helping to further their education, which is not free in Thailand. They are very honest and accountable about what they do with donated money and have the utmost concern for children all over the world. As an American, I’m always overwhelmed at the poverty of other countries and each time I travel to the orphanage or another place of need in the world, I’m reminded of what I have and how easy my life is, but also what is expected of me in giving back and sharing what I have. The philosophy of Stela Foundation is one of sharing and helping children to have a better life.

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8 Eldon Blackman March 28, 2010 at 2:13 pm

This is really a wonderful initiative and I applaud the efforts of all involved. It can be really frustrating when one wants to get to school in order to realize their full potential, only to be hindered by lack of funds. What also adds to the spirit of this group of professionals is that they all seem to have experienced these feelings of frustration (maybe at varying levels) so that they have first hand experience with the very feelings and realities they are trying to change. Many times, the only difference between the successful and the otherwise is that of access to funding and I am glad to see that there are those of us who not only think and talk of doing something to help others towards the doors of success, but actually do something about it. Thank you, all, for this inspiring vision and action. My hope is that reach a point where we lose count of the amount of people this program helps, towards being the best that they can be. Keep up the good work!

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9 Mira Ramroop March 28, 2010 at 11:23 pm

I admire your dedication to helping people who cannot afford a wholesome education. God bless and keep up the great work. I read somewhere a while back that ” a kindness is always remembered” and I think that the impact that your work is doing for children who genuinely wants to learn and grow. It will always be seen as a rung on the ladder of success. Blessings to you!

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10 Teresa Brindley March 30, 2010 at 5:54 pm

Wow…. What an amazing organization!!! Very touching and moving. It is amazing how little things can make such a big difference in peoples lives. Your making a difference one child at a time. Keep up the great work and Thank you for all you do!

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11 Donald Yearwood March 31, 2010 at 1:59 am

I am very impressed with your work. I believe that education is the key to come out of proverty. You are moving in the right direction in help children achieve their goals in life. I want to wish you God’s bless upon you a\nd your organisation.
Keep that light burning!!!!

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