About Students for Children

Students for Children is a non-profit organization driven by a passionate team of six students committed to advancing equal access to education. As a charitable organization, our mission is to extend educational opportunities to underprivileged children in developing regions globally. We firmly believe in the transformative power of education, viewing it as a pivotal tool for breaking the cycle of poverty. A child equipped with adequate education gains the ability to secure a higher income and lead a better quality of life in the future.

Recognizing the profound impact education can have, we are dedicated to supporting projects that pave the way for a brighter future for children worldwide. Our focus lies on endorsing small-scale, local initiatives that foster sustainable change. We hold the conviction that every child deserves the chance to flourish, irrespective of their race, gender identity, or socio-economic background. Consequently, our efforts concentrate on expanding the reach of education, improving its quality in developing countries, and enhancing access to both theoretical and vocational education to cultivate practical skills.

Operating primarily in The Netherlands, our NGO raises funds to support projects in developing countries. We achieve this through a variety of initiatives, including organizing university events in collaboration with other student organizations, conducting fundraisers in schools, and engaging with companies for donations throughout the year. In addition to these activities, we are fortunate to have a dedicated group of fixed donors who consistently support us. Through this collective effort, our aim is not only to generate funds but also to raise awareness about the pervasive issue of unequal education on a global scale. Together, we strive to make a meaningful impact and contribute to a world where every child has the opportunity to unlock their full potential.


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