Spectrotel and GO Campaign are Building a School in Tanzania!

Dear colleagues, friends, and family,

Spectrotel is committed to help make the world a better place. When we heard of GO Campaign and their commitment to improve the lives of orphans and vulnerable children around the world we knew we had to get involved and hope you feel the same way.

GO Campaign aligns donors to well vetted, high-impact grassroots projects aimed at changing lives and transforming communities. Since its inception in 2006, GO Campaign has helped 130,000 children in 35 countries, from Harlem to Haiti, from Mississippi to Malawi.

Today we are embarking on a campaign to create a vocational training school in the Kilimanjaro region of Tanzania. By giving at-risk and impoverished youth a school for job training, we can give them the tools they need to succeed in life. Tanzania has a booming hospitality industry due to the many tourists coming to Tanzania to climb Kilimanjaro or to go on safari, and this school will provide the needed skills and certificate degree to impoverished youth so they can get jobs and become self-reliant. Though one of the poorest countries in the world, it is rich in culture and human spirit and a desire for its children to have opportunities for a better life.

Our campaign goal is $25,000, and if we are successful before June 30th, the $25,000 will be matched by Linda and Denny Jacobus, thus resulting in $50,000 to help us build this school!

Spectrotel is happy to kick off this drive with a $10,000 pledge. I hope you will join with us to make this dream a reality and help us reach our goal before June 30th. By donating, any amount, no matter what size, you can make a big impact to a child’s life and the lives of their family.

Thank you!

$ 25,000
65.30% Funded
$ 16,326
of general public donations directly fund our programming to benefit local heroes.
This is possible because corporate donors, the sale of auction items, event sponsors and a private endowment entirely fund our general, administrative and fundraising costs.