EducationToday 250 million youth worldwide still lack basic literacy skills, and more than 60% of those are girls. One of the sustainable development goals of the UN is to ensure that, by 2030, all girls and boys complete free, equitable, and quality primary and secondary education. Donate For Education Today!
GradPlusHelping students earn a degree in a vocational program of their choosing, which will lead them to obtaining certificates and licences to practice in a field they’re passionate about. Donate For StudentsToday!
Educating Underprivileged ChildrenEducation is vital for the personal success and growth of everyone, but unfortunately 250 million children worldwide still lack basic literacy skills, and more than 60% of those are girls. One of the sustainable development goals of the UN is to ensure that, by 2030, all girls and boys complete free, equitable, and quality primary and secondary education. In honor of this ambitious and admirable goal, Embrace Relief has set out to educating underprivileged children worldwide in several prominent ways. Donate Now to Help Educate Underprivileged Children
We are dedicated to bringing education to children, even in the most remote regions.
Providing refugee children equal access to education and building the foundation of their futureLearn More
GradPlus gave high school students the opportunity to pursue vocational training in a field they are passionate about.Learn More
ACT-US (Accessible Computer Technology for Underserved Students) provide tools and educational resources they never had before.Learn More
In 2020, we raised $12,000 to bring internet connectivity to three schools throughout New Jersey. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, students around the globe had to attend school from home, but many did not have the ability to connect online. $4,000 was evenly distributed among Irvington, Clifton, and Wildwood New Jersey to bring internet access to children in need.
EMBRACE RELIEF is seeking to bridge the youth unemployment gap in Tanzania through re-skilling a program. We are looking to empower through (short term) training 5000 Tanzanian youth by 2030 using a combination of face-to-face and digital platforms.
103 million youth worldwide lack basic literacy skills, and more than 60 percent of them are women
57 million children remain out of school, and an estimated 50 percent of out-of-school children of primary school age live in conflict-affected areas
Eleven percent of children are child-laborers, which comes to 168 million young people
In collaboration with local and international partners, Embrace Relief distributed educational supplies both in the United States and worldwide to over 51,150 students. Over 7,000 students have been given access to ICT computer technology, 37,000 books donated to schools and public libraries, Over 4,200 refugee children are currently enrolled in our First Bricks after-school education program and 1,450 backpacks or school supplies have been donated. With educational assistance projects, Embrace Relief gave out thousands of dollars’ worth of merit-based scholarships to college students in the US.Donate for Education Today
Educational Supplies/AssistanceIn collaboration with local and international partners, to date Embrace Relief has distributed educational supplies both in the United States and globally to over 47,000 students, including:
- 37,000 books to schools and public libraries
- 1,450 backpacks or school supplies
- With educational assistance projects, Embrace Relief gave out thousands of dollars’ worth of merit-based scholarships to college students in the U.S.
- During the height of the Syrian refugee crisis, Embrace Relief completely sponsored a refugee school educating 250 Syrian refugee children from first to ninth grade in Istanbul, Turkey.