- Help us keep Bajao tribal children off the street and in school.
- Less than 1% of the Bajao people are literate and many beg on the street.
- Educating these kids means breaking their generational poverty cycle by equipping them to get jobs and become leaders in their community.
- For less than a few cups of coffee a month you could give a child wings to escape generations of extreme poverty and hopelessness.
Badjao literally means man of the sea. They are historically nomadic sea dwellers who once lived in house boats. Due to dwindling supply of fishing grounds and pearl beds, they are forced to make their home on land.? Unfortunately, their poverty has driven them to begging. Due to the mystery of their unique culture, they are looked down upon by neighboring tribes. Due to the fact that less than 1% are literate.Until now they have been deemed by educational authorities uneducateable. Through the hard work of our teacher Grace, we have disproved that theory.
- School supplies
- Assignment Fees
- A Christmas Gift for your child’s family
- The wages of the children’s teachers
$20 a month
You can either pay for a year at once ($240)
you can pay for the first quarter ($60)
and will will send you reminders each quarter after that
We ask that you please commit to one year at a time.
- Send you sponsorship check written to “S.E.R.V. Ministries” in the memo write “Bailey-Child” then mail to: S.E.R.V. Ministries P.O. Box 127 Dana Point CA 92629
- Once we receive confirmation of you donation we will send you a picture of your child so that you can keep them in your prayers.