At Boarding Schools, Ivy League and Oxbridge, we give each client 5% back on All our Services. We also match your fee remission / rebate with a total of a 5% gift to one or more, or shared equally among All the following options you select:
1. Adopt a Country: Grenada was restored from an island of conflict to a democracy by the United States and Allied Forces in 1983. Grenada is a British Commonwealth island nation. His Majesty King Charles III is the Head of State. His Majesty is represented by the Governor-General. The Ministry of Education Grenada provides education (free schooling) to children 5-21 years old in primary/elementary and secondary high schools as well as a National Sixth Form/Community College. They also provide scholarships to adult students of varying ages who go on to higher education on the island at the American offshore St. George's University, particularly in Arts and Sciences, and the Medical Sciences. The training of doctors is very important for the health care of the natives and expatriates in the region at St. George's University, the West Indies campuses–in Barbados, Jamaica, and Trinidad. The schools in Grenada have experienced infrastructure damage from hurricanes in recent years.
2. Adopt an Organization: The Sisters of St. Joseph of Cluny Nuns is a Religious Order of Roman Catholic Nuns Founded by Blessed Saint Anne Marie Javouhey with Headquarters in Paris France. It is reported she had “a vision of St. Teresa of Avila who entrusted children of different races to her. She did not understand its meaning at the time, but it would profoundly influence her later life.” Today, there are 3,000 Cluny Nuns serving in more than 60 countries around the world. They operate tuition-free primary/elementary and secondary high schools for girls and boys in developing countries such as the Anglophone / Commonwealth Caribbean. The Sisters’ homes and schools in the Caribbean have experienced infrastructure damage from hurricanes in recent years. The Sisters also operate a mission for orphan children in the Francophone island of Haiti, the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. Graduates of Cluny Schools in the Caribbean include the first female Governor-General of Grenada Dame Hilda Bynoe, the first female Prime Minister of Dominica Dame Mary Eugenia Charles, the first female Governor-General of St. Lucia Dame Pearlette Louisy, Judges, Senators and Representatives in Parliaments, and many more distinguished alumni who are blessed by the good Cluny Nuns.
3. Adopt a Higher Education Institution: Barry University is sponsored by the Adrian Dominican Sisters, a Religious Order of Roman Catholic Nuns. Barry is the largest Catholic University in the State of Florida and one of the largest Catholic Universities in the South Eastern United States. In addition to Federal and State Student Aid, the university offers a 40% scholarship/tuition reduction to all admitted Teachers and prospective Educators to the School/Department of Education pursuing post-graduate degrees on campus and online. They also provide this to all admitted nontraditional degree seeking mature / adult students in the School of Professional and Career Education undergraduate and graduate programs on campus and online. Barry is a very diverse community – with a significant number of students from the developing countries of the Caribbean and Latin America. The university needs to grow its endowment to continue these generous scholarship programs.
4. Adopt an Academic and Their Family: Wolfson College at the University of Oxford England, along with Cara, the organization that provides a lifeline to Academics at risk, are raising funds to provide support to Academics at risk to spend a fully funded year in Oxford. Academics and their families in conflict zones around the world live in precarious circumstances. Some need to escape their home countries and require a safe haven to continue to their research.
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